Multiple window mode allows having a separate window displayed for each connection.
The exception is for XDMCP connections. XDMCP can only be displayed in single window mode. However, the window can be resized, providing immediate, visual access to the local desktop. Also, XDMCP monitors can be spanned across multiple monitors. For more information see Single Window.
Open the X-Win32 Configuration window. See Start Manual Configuration or Start Wizard Configuration.
Select the Window tab. By default, Multiple Window is setup as shown below, which is appropriate for most applications.
Check or uncheck the desired options, then press the apply button.
Notifies the remote host that X-Win32 can accept the default color options of applications that use Xresources. Uncheck if you have set up your own custom color resources in the .Xresource file.
The following illustration shows an example of multiple windows - in this example, one each for two sessions.