TeamViewer Windows 8.1, 10 App Updated with New Features
When it comes to remotely controlling your Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 system, one of the best tools that you can have at your disposal is the official TeamViewer Touch app. And now it’s gotten even better with the latest update.
We have spoken about the latest update which the official TeamViewer Touch app for Windows 8 users has received back in November, 2013. Now, half a year later, some new features have made their way into what’s probably the world’s most popular client for remotely accessing computers and other Windows devices. The previous update brought the ability to switch on your computer remotely with Wake-on-LAN and the option to securely access your account with two factor authentication.
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This time, the latest update of TeamViewer brings the following features, which we discovered on the official release notes of the app – a faster and more fluid remote connection and also the ability to configure if the remote screen is locked again after the remote session has ended when connecting to a login screen. So, if you have been looking for these features to make their way into the app, then go ahead and download it on your Windows 8 touch and desktop devices as well as on Windows RT (link at the end).
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.
Speaking of remote solutions for Windows 8 devices, you can read about how you can remotely connect Windows 7 to Windows 8.1 and also about the new support app for whatever issues you might have with your Windows 8 system – Vitalyst.
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