CoRD

Version: 0.5.7 || Release Date: 2012-07-25 || License: GPL Developer: Dorian Johnson | App Owner: dorianj

Cocoa remote desktop client (was Remote Desktop)

CoRD is a Mac OS X remote desktop client for Microsoft Windows computers using the RDP protocol. It's easy to use, fast, and free for anyone to use or modify.

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16 Opinions

I switched to CoRD today. Great App.

Version 0.5 (currently beta2) works great.

EASILY blows it away, i couldnt even get Remote Desktop 3.0 to work on this domain, cord worked first go, woo!

This blows Remote Desktop away, even the new 2.0 beta 2. Here's why:

CoRD supports mousewheel.
CoRD allows alt-tabbing.
CoRD has a nicer interface.

Really looking forward to future versions.

CoRD has some real potential, and so far so good. I look forward to future versions.

PS: Apple Remote Desktop uses VNC, not RDP as the communication protocol. Vine Viewer is a terrific commercial VNC client.

CoRD has some real potential, and so far so good. I look forward to future versions.

PS: Apple Remote Desktop uses VNC, not RDP as the communication protocol. Vine Viewer is a terrific commercial VNC client.

great app, trusty and clean
and unless like RCD powerpc dinosaur it's UB

I tried version 0.2 a while back and it was pretty buggy still, but I just tried version 0.4.1 and it's very nice. I'm a professional Windows developer, but prefer to RDC into my Windows box from my Mac. CoRD 0.4.1 works very well for this in my several hours of testing so far today. It appears to be noticeably faster than and just as stable as Microsoft RDC 1.0.3 from my Mac Pro 3.0 GHz Quad Xeon running Mac OS X 10.4.9! Impressive.

The latest version, 0.4, has made significant improvements to the issues I originally had. This now has become my RD client of choice.

This totally rocks now (Version 0.4)!! The interface is very handy if you work with multiple Windows machines at a time. Finally supports international keyboard layouts.

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