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Full Specifications

What's new in version 7.0

  • Version 7.0 of HyperTerminal is now compatible with Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows 7.
  • HyperTerminal can now use the SSH protocol to securely log in to a server or other computer over a TCP/IP network.
  • Improved Zmodem compatibility for users of Dial-Up modems and Serial ports.
  • A new feature which will allow HyperTerminal Private Edition to check for updates.
  • A free 30 day trial is now available.
  • Many other quality improvements.

General

Publisher Hilgraeve
Publisher web site http://www.hilgraeve.com
Release Date July 21, 2011
Date Added August 25, 2009
Version 7.0

Category

Category Communications
Subcategory Dial-up Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 3.04MB
File Name htpe7.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 548,766
Downloads Last Week 199

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations 30-day trial
Price $59.99
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