When you open PuTTY, the configuration window is shown:
Is there any way, to directly open its terminal, without that welcome (configuration) window? Where I can start typing the codes directly, like:
ssh email@example.com -p 80
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If you just want to skip PuTTY configuration/login window:
putty.exe user@host -P port
Or, to open your existing stored session:
putty.exe -load "stored session name"
If you are looking for a console SSH terminal, use Plink from PuTTY package.
It has the same command-line syntax as PuTTY and similar to OpenSSH
plink firstname.lastname@example.org -P port
(or again, you can use
Or use OpenSSH
ssh itself. There's now an official Microsoft build of OpenSSH for Windows.
On Windows 10 version 1803 or newer, you already have OpenSSH built-in. On older versions of Windows 10, it can be installed as an optional Windows feature. On older version of Windows, you can just extract the client-side tools from a .zip (latest release), no installation is need.
I see there's an accepted answer already, but if you're using Windows 10, the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a great alternative. You can put aliases in your .bashrc file, or you could reference the command history to reopen a previous connection. You can also install tmux and have several connections open at once.
Use the following command.
Putty -load "Saved Session's Name" Example: Putty -load "Default Settings" Example: C:\putty.exe -load "Default Settings"