Support for Auto-Login Script and Startup Sessions.
Lack of Centralised Configuration.
KiTTY is a terminal emulator software which allows you to transfer files over the network by connecting to the server. Although it is considered as a fork of the original Putty client yet it has its own separate identity. It is a pretty lightweight which doesn’t use much of your device’s resources. The main feature is that it has support for session filtering. Moreover, it is completely portable software. It means that you don’t need installation. If you want to get rid of the manual logins then you can easily create automatic login scripts. After that, you won’t require to manual login each time you enter the software. Other than that, there are a lot of shortcut commands through which you can easily get work done without any hassle. These pre-defined commands can be accessed through Righ-Click Menu. It has support for ZModem integrations as well.
Along with the above features, KiTTY is available for Windows device for free. Also, it follows the Open-Source approach. Because of this, you will be able to access its source code without any hassle. Some alterations can also be done to it as per your choice. There is support for different protocols like SSH, Telnet, rLogin and much more. Some handy features like Text Editor and Chat server are also offered to the users. It enables you to run local scripts on Remote devices.