Which SSH Client Do You Use?

I am looking at a few SSH clients, but can't decided which one I want to use. Trying to get some feedback here on which one you guys found to be the most beneficial?

Answer

Brian Spellbring
Putty is the way to go on Windows -- it is always just a 10 second free download away. OpenSSH is the way to go on Linux since it should pretty much always be there already. SecureCRT was very popular for Windows but I think has largely been displaced by Putty since Putty is free and SecureCRT is not.
7 Additional Answers
Keith Fawcett
If you are transferring files I would recommend FileZilla. http://filezilla-project.org/
It supports FTP, FTP over SSL/TLS (FTPS) and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
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Charles Collins (Senior Interactive Developer, Versant)
My 'go to' solutions are Putty on my Windows desktop,the regular ssh client on my (Linux) laptop, and ConnectBot on my mobile (Android).

Are there specific features you are looking for?
Jerry Madsen (Integrated Digital Solutions Corp.)
I like putty, quick to download, easy to use. I use type ssh on the command line on the Mac (OS X).
Chris Lloyd (Community Strategist, Axzo Press)
I like Putty as well.
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Putty is good for just SSH access - but an excellent tool I found is from www.ssh.com - which provides the ssh client for command-line needs as well as the SSH FTP client. You can run multiple windows off the original session or new sessions - is very handy for uploading files as root and then doing command-line..
Richard Stiennon (Chief Research Analyst, IT-Harvest)
I use FileZilla as well. It has an annoying frequency of software updates requiring download and re-install. Otherwise it works well.
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