A Superior Terminal Experience
Xshell supports VT100, VT220, VT320, XTERM, LINUX, SCOANSI and ANSI terminal emulation and provides various terminal appearance options replacing legacy telnet clients. Easily manage sessions with the Compose Pane, Horizontal Scroll Bars for a clean view, and Multi-language output encoding.
Management Made Easy
Xshell makes managing sessions easier than ever. Whether you’re working on 2 hosts or 200 hosts, Xshell’s management features allow for easy comparison and simultaneous command input across multiple sessions. Optimize your workflow with features such as the Session Manager, a tabbed environment, Highlight Sets, Quick Commands, and much more. You can customize Xshell to do what you want, when you want it.
Real Windows CMD
Open Windows CMD directly within Xshell as its own tab. No need to switch out of Xshell to get full CMD functionality. Having CMD directly in Xshell leads to some neat and convenient possibilities. Opt-into this experimental feature and others to test the latest features our developers are working on.
Superior Session Management
Easily create, edit, and launch multiple sessions simultaneously from the main window using Xshell’s Session Manager. Define a multitude of session properties to determine how each session behaves.
Get the most out of your monitor’s real estate. With Xshell’s tabbed interface you can arrange multiple sessions to be viewed and monitored simultaneously. Re-arranging is as simple as a drag & drop.
Customize Xshell to mesh with your workflow. Set key mappings and quick commands to optimize efficiency. Dock specific UI elements for easy access. Define start-up sessions and layout. Create the perfect user experience and put Xshell to work for you!
Compose & Send
Draft multiple lines of string before sending it to the terminal using the Compose Pane or use it to safely paste and view clipboard contents. Choose whether to send Compose Pane contents to a single session, multiple sessions, or all sessions at once.
Never miss anything important by using Xshell’s Highlight Sets. Define keywords and regular expressions to be highlighted when inputted/outputted in the terminal. Apply different Highlight Sets to each session depending on your set of requirements.
Utilize the latest end-to-end encryption algorithms and several authentication methods including GSSAPI and PKCS#11. Set a Master Password to provide additional security to your session passwords and easily share session files between devices.
|Operating System||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Vista Service Pack 1, Microsoft Windows Terminal Server, Citrix MetaFrame from Windows|
|CPU||Intel® Pentium or faster|
|Hard Disk||50 MB|
|Network||TCP/IP Microsoft Winsock 1.1 or later|