Following an almost year-long beta period, Microsoft today announced the release of its Remote Desktop Connection Client 2.0 for the Mac – a free application that lets users remotely control a Windows-based system from a Mac.

The latest version this Mac-to-Windows connection utility is now available as a Universal Binary and boasts multiple session support, allowing users to connect to multiple computers at the same time. Other changes include improved security support with Network Level Authentication, a redesigned user interface, and improved printing support. You can learn more about these features and what else is new here, or grab a copy of RDC 2.0 for Mac at our download section.