Methods to set up PuTTY on Home windows

To Access eWebGuru VPS from windows, you can install PuTTY on your Windows OS. Installation Process is super easy and quick. So let’s see how to install PuTTY on windows.

Step 1: Download PuTTY from Authentic Source

You need to download PuTTY from an authentic source. Please click on below link to download PuTTY. Please make sure you are aware of your system details. So you can choose one out of 32 bit and 64-bit version.

Download PuTTY for Windows 32 Bit

Download PuTTY for Windows 64 Bit

Step 2: Run installation wizard

The download will Take hardly half a minute. After downloading you have to double click on Downloaded file. Now System will Ask permission to run PuTTY installation wizard. You need to click on ‘RUN’ to start the installation.

‘Click on Run to execute installation Wizard

Step 3 Complete PuTTY installation process

Now WizardWizard will Ask to do settings. We Recommend keeping those default settings and just complete Wizard by clicking on “Next’. Last click on ‘Finish’. Congratulations, your PuTTY is successfully installed.

PuTTY installation

Step 4 Open PuTTY Software

We successfully installed PuTTY on your windows OS. Now you can open it from windows programme menu.

open Putty in windowsClick on PuTTY ICON to Start PuTTY

Step 5 Insert IP address and click on Open

In PuTTY, enter your host name or server IP. Select Port 22. If you changes default port to another value, you can enter that port number. Select SSH in connection type list. Now click on ‘Open’

install PuTTY

Step 6 Enter Username and password

Linux window will ask you Username, provide username and press Enter. Now you have to provide password. Password stays invisible so please enter once and press Enter. You will get SSH access to VPS or Dedicated Server.

How to install PuTTY on Windows 2

Ashok Arora is CEO and Founder of eWebGuru a leading web hosting company of India. He is a tech enthusiast with more than 25 years of experience in Internet and Technology.

Ashok is Master in Electronics from a leading Indian university.

Ashok loves to write on cloud, servers, datacenter, virtualisation technology.

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