TigerVNC 1.6 Is Out For The Holidays
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 24 December 2015 at 06:27 PM EST. 1 Comment
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TigerVNC, the high performance VNC server/client backed by Red Hat and others, has released version 1.6.0 to end out the year.

TigerVNC 1.6 isn't too much of a feature release, but admittedly is "mostly about fixing various bugs and polishing existing features."

New additions though to TigerVNC 1.6 include multi-head support for the Java viewer and better certificate handling in the Java viewer.

TigerVNC 1.6 can be obtained from the project's GitHub while as of writing this article TigerVNC.org doesn't appear to be updated yet for the new release.
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