After a year of being in public beta, Microsoft on Tuesday released
Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client for Mac 2.
Remote Desktop Connection 2 includes multiple session support, allowing users to connect to multiple computers at the same time. RDC also gives users the ability to print from Windows applications to any printer that can be configured from your Mac.
With a new user interface, Microsoft says RDC 2 gives users a more Mac-like experience. You can now create your own keyboard shortcuts and change preferences during active sessions.
There were over 750,000 downloads of the various betas, the company said. About 500 feedback messages were submitted to Microsoft with 30 percent representing new unique bugs that were fixed.
Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client for Mac 2 can be downloaded from Microsoft’s Web site for free.