TGX is designed to be simple and intuitive to use, and therefore, requires minimal effort to learn.
Disconnecting from a TGX session stops all communication between the Sender and Receiver and the remote desktop is locked. All open applications remain open and will be resumed at the next TGX connection. Logging
Yes, TGX supports international keyboards. For proper keyboard functionality, ensure that both the Sender and Receiver are set to the same locale.
For collaboration purposes, up to four Receivers can connect to a single Sender. The desktop owner, typically the first user to login to the sender, manages other user permissions during a collaboration session. This
A client can run multiple TGX Receivers concurrently connecting to multiple Senders.
TGX supports any display configuration that the Sender’s graphics card supports. The user can leave the remote display configuration as is, or reconfigure it to match one or all of the locally connected displays.
TGX offers two methods of resolving display differences between the Sender and Receiver. Scaling – the scaling mode resizes the remote desktop image to match the size of the receiver window, preserving aspect ratio.
Image quality is subjective. Other remote desktops sacrifice image quality when they send less information in an effort to achieve a target bandwidth consumption. Less information results in poor image quality characterized by fuzziness,
Yes, TGX can copy text and images between Senders and Receivers running different operating systems.
Refer to our User Guides, which include a troubleshooting guide, software user guide, and installation guides for Windows, Linus, and Mac.