KRDC (KDE Remote Desktop Connection) is the KDE Remote Desktop Client. KRDC was overhauled as part of the Google Summer of Code (SoC) 2007 by Urs Wolfer and other developers to be included in the KDE 4.0. An overhaul was needed as KRDC development had slowed to a stop as it had no active maintainer for several years.
Both Virtual Network Computing (VNC) and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) are supported, so Unix-like and Windows PC can be accessed using this software. As part of the SoC project developers helped make Libvncserver compile on Windows, allowing for a port.
Improvements during SoC 2007 
- VNC part rewritten to depend on the Libvncclient (part of the libvncserver package) external library
- Tabbed interface
- Ported to Windows
- Full screen mode
- Better integration into KDE desktop
- Cleaned up code to be more maintainable
Planned Features 
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