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Cmder – Awesome CMD, PowerShell, Bash and Mintty alternative

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Cmder is a portable console emulator running on Windows, developed by Samuel Vasko from United Kingdom. If your development work requires constant use of command-line tools like CMD, PowerShell, Bash and mintty, and you can’t stand their simple function or unfriendly UI design, then it’s time to consider a better alternative.

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[v6.0] Xshell – Terminal emulator for SSH, SFTP, TELNET, RLOGIN and SERIAL

Xshell is a powerful and user-friendly terminal emulator (namely implementing the operation and management to remote hosts in a local computer) from South Korea, supports SSH1, SSH2, FTP, SFTP, Telnet, rlogin, and Serial protocols. It enables users to directly connect to the remote hosting via Internet, so as to easily control Linux servers on Windows.

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