Team Viewer Touch Windows 8.1, 10 App Receives Important Update
Popular remote software tool TeamViewer Touch gets an important update in Windows 8.1; read to discover more about it
Being able to control remotely a computer from your Windows 8 or Windows RT tablet is really neat and that’s why many users were glad when the official Team Viewer Touch application has been launched in the Windows Store. Now, after the update to Windows 8.1 has been made official, the app receive an important update.
The release notes of the update let us know that the following things have been updated to the Team Viewer Touch app: the ability to switch on your computer remotely with Wake-on-LAN and secure access to your account with two factor authentication. The app is described like this:
Control any remote computer with TeamViewer Touch within seconds. If you want to remotely control this computer and benefit from the whole range of features please download the TeamViewer Desktop app. Whether you are providing spontaneous support for friends and family, administrating servers or working from your home office – TeamViewer Touch lets you get the job done. Find out why more than 200 million users trust TeamViewer!
The two-factor authentication is a much needed security improvement that will be found useful by those concerned about their safety. You can install TeamViewer Touch on your Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 tablet and control any system running Windows, Mac or Linux. The app comes with the highest security standard, the 256 Bit AES Session Encoding and 2048 Bit RSA Key Exchange. Follow the link from below to download the app on your Windows 8 tablet.
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