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In case you missed it, we recently released Royal TS V6 Beta which includes a lot of new features. In this blog post, I want to discuss the new configuration system we have introduced with Royal TS V6.

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Today we finally announce our first public beta release for Royal Server V4!

Royal Server V4 is now a "self-contained" x64 .NET 5 application.

Using .NET 5 brings some benefits to the table:

  • Optimzed memory...

We are excited to finally announce our first public beta release for Royal TS 6.0 (for Windows)!

Royal TS V6 is the next major release of our remote management software for Windows and we have a lot of new, great fea...

Ho ho ho!

Today we're excited to announce the immediate availability of the first beta of Royal TSX 5.0 (for macOS)!

Royal TSX 5.0

Royal TSX V5 is the next major release of our remote management software for Macs and it is packe...

In Royal TS for Windows, there are two Terminal connection plugins:

  1. Terminal based on Rebex
  2. Terminal based on PuTTY

In general we recommend using the rebex based terminal plugin because it's tightly integrated...

Have you ever used a search engine and made a spelling mistake? Have you ever wondered how the search engines still manage to deliver correct results even though you made a spelling mistake? The reason for this is that t...

Hello early adopters,

now that the first beta of macOS 11 Big Sur has been released, we wanted to give you a quick update on Royal TSX’ compatibility with the new OS.

Like with every beta OS, we want to remind you th...