NoMachine is a free remote desktop application that has stacks of powerful features. With NoMachine you can access all your files and folders, watch DVDs, TV, or YouTube videos from wherever you are. You can view smooth, high-resolution video and audio from your PC or Mac to any NoMachine-enabled device. The application even works with any USB controller, so you can play games remotely.
With NoMachine you can access all your hardware devices. You can print a file located on the remote computer to a local printer. You can even access your pen-drives, scanners and all your disks as if you were sat in front of them.
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE
- Travel to any desktop: With NoMachine you can access any computer and begin working as if you were sat in front of it.
- Work with any content: NoMachine gives you all of your content and programs to access remotely. Whether that be working with animated models, presentations or images.
- Meet with others where you work: The application lets you securely share your desktop and allows collaboration and file sharing between you and your work colleagues.
- Human Interface: NoMachine's interface gives you a remote link that is lightning fast and supports multiple operating systems, so you don't have to be tied down to one OS.
Preventing search engines from indexing content of web sessions.
Starting and reconnecting virtual Linux desktops automatically in a web sessions.
'Connecting to...' loading wheel is presented when connecting to a child server without NoMachine sessions already running.
Auto-reconnection fails after awakening a closed laptop from sleep.
Connection via web are terminated when connecting to a Cloud Server's child server.
Drag&drop from server to client doesn't work reliably in web sessions.
NVENC produces big data streams.
Server log file growing rapidly.
The remote screen is not resized to the browser's resolution.
Unexpected output is printed when checking an expired subscription.
The session's display agent can be launched as privileged user on Mac.
File transfer speed drops when copying files from Linux to a Windows drive.
Labels using UTF8 characters are not correctly displayed in the list of servers.