Updated: 11/13/2018 by Computer Hope
virtual network computing

Short for Virtual Network Computing, VNC was first developed by Quentin Stafford-Fraser at AT&T and enables users to control another computer remotely. What makes VNC a great utility is that it enables users to control remotely numerous computers, even if they are not running the same platform. For example, a user may be using Microsoft Windows and remotely connect to other Windows computers, Linux computers, or even Mac computers. VNC is available to use for free.

Computer abbreviations, Network terms, Remote desktop, TeamViewer, Virtual