Written by: Robert R. Russell on Sunday, August 23, 2020.
Here is a listing of my preferred SSH clients for Windows.
Windows has included a copy of OpenSSH enable by default since the April 2018 Update to Windows 10. The only downside to using it is the very basic default terminal in Windows. If we use Windows Terminal then it is an acceptable option though I prefer using one of the WSL distributions.
Bitvise SSH is a free, but not opensource, SSH client that was previously my default SSH client for Windows.
Putty is the old standard that I abandoned shortly after I found out about Bitvise.
There are a couple of other SSH options on the Microsoft store that I haven’t tried.
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