TeamViewer 11 Brings Full Support for Windows 10, Download Now
TeamViewer is one of the best computer software packages for remote control, desktop sharing, online meetings, web conferencing and file transfer between computers. And naturally, once Windows 10 has been released, many were wondering if the software would run without any problems on their device, as well.
There was an official Windows app in the Windows Store for quite a while, and it did work without any flaws on Windows 10, as well. However, once Windows 10 users started using TeamViewer on their devices, various reports appeared online, suggesting that it doesn’t work as expected. For that we have compiled a quick guide on how to fix problems with TeamViewer in Windows 10. If you haven’t made the jump yet, we have a similar guide for those of you still on Windows 8.1.
TeamViewer 11 brings a wide range of new features and full support for Windows 10
TeamViewer 11 has now been made available for download on Windows devices, and it seems to be a major update. First of all, it has been optimized to use less bandwidth and provide more efficient image rendering. It also brings file transfers up to 15x faster, and up to 30% lower data usage rates.
But what is really significant, at least when it comes to Windows 10 users, is that comes with full support for the new OS. Here’s what TeamViewer said about this:
TeamViewer 11 is a perfect match for Windows 10, and it does more than just look good. With TeamViewer 11, you can take advantage of powerful Windows features such as improved touch gestures on the trackpad for both local and remote input.
Of course, it comes with a bunch of other new features, such as improved performance, an overhauled toolbar, unattended access for Android devices, an SOS button, the ability to gather customer feedback and to install TeamViewer Host remotely, total control of your channels, powerful and flexible group sharing, the option to save time with multi-selection, the option to run TeamViewer in your browser, TeamViewer chat in your web environment, Chrome OS support and various client enhancements.
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