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Right now I am using Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection software for my RDP client but I was wondering if there are any other good RDP clients for mac? RDC crashes on me on a regular basis and does some trippy things like thinking I have the shift button held down when I dont.

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I Know of Teamviewer that works pretty well and it's free to if you use it for "Personal" use. =) hope that helps
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