Get Free ExtraPuTTY For Windows. ExtraPuTTY performs the job of making administration and remote access an entirely easy task for the users.
For some of you, PuTTY is a major staple in a typical IT connectivity kit. It allows anyone to log in and interact with a remote resource over Telnet, SSH, Rlogin, and Serial connections. ExtraPuTTY, a fork of PuTTY created by Sebastien Blavier, aims to build on the already solid feature set of PuTTY with relatively subtle but useful additions. Blavier offers his software for free in both an installer and portable form for Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7.
At first glance, there is an immediate difference with how the application presents itself. ExtraPuTTY displays an always-on-top session manager dialog box, which contains all your saved session links. In order to add new ones to the list, simply double-click the Default Settings listing to bring up the configuration window. From here you can create your remote connection by adding the necessary details. You can also change how the environment will appear on your screen by adjusting the display font, colors, and window behavior.