TeamViewer, the program that turns you into a remote support superhero, has been updated to version 9, although it’s still in beta. When it comes to remote technical assistance, there are few better software choices out there, which is why TeamViewer is in our Best Windows Software page.
Session Tabs lets you open multiple remote-control sessions in tabs, which flash on notifications.
Speaking of notifications, there’s a new Notifications pane that consolidates all the things about TeamViewer that need your attention, including ITBrain alerts.
TeamViewer 9 gives you the ability to send files to remote computers in your list without having to start a new remote session. It’s faster than email and works cross-platform.
One of the coolest features is the new Universal Clipboard, which lets you copy files from your device and paste directly onto a remote desktop with the usual Ctrl-C+V commands.
You can wake up any Windows, Mac or Linux computer to the TeamViewer, ensuring you have 24×7 access to your machine without leaving it running.
TeamViewer 9 comes with two-factor authentication for those who want an extra level of security. And we believe everyone should use two-factor authentication.
You can create your own quick join and quick support modules with your company’s brand name and logo. And customize it with a personalised URL for easy access.
Apart from all these features, TeamViewer has also released APIs for Reporting and User Management, which you can find out more about at integrate.teamviewer.com.
TeamViewer 9 beta can be downloaded for Windows, Mac and Linux systems from the official page.