The other day I showed you how to configure the look and feel of Putty for improved usability and performance. As I was doing some digging, I discovered two tools which extend the awesomeness of Putty.
First is Putty Connection Manager, which takes control and allows you to manage multiple Putty sessions from one, convenient tabbed interface. Did I mention that I love tabbed interfaces?
Second, there is Putty Tray, which seems to be a customized version someone made that in and of itself improves the Putty interface, while enabling you to minimize it to the Windows System Tray.
Be First to Comment