Download TeamViewer

 

TeamViewer requires no introduction. It’s easily the most loved remote desktop software out there. According to the TeamViewer website, it sees over 30,000 downloads every hour, and there are over 1.7 billion live TeamViewer IDs.

Tens of free and commercial alternatives are around to TeamViewer, but none of them come close to TeamViewer when it comes to security and connection speed. Besides that, it offers features that you cannot find in other similar programs.

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Since security is the most important thing in remote access software, TeamViewer offers 256-bit AES encryption, brute force protection, and two-factor authentication among other security features.

The best part about TeamViewer is that it’s free for personal use and it’s easy to use as well. Most of the popular remote desktop applications are not free, even for personal use.

You can download, install and start remote accessing in a minute. The UI is clean and easy to navigate.

What’s the latest version of TeamViewer?

As of July 2018, TeamViewer 13 is the latest stable version. The next stable version of TeamViewer (TeamViewer v14) will be released in the last quarter of this year.

New features in TeamViewer 13

iOS screen sharing is one of the highlights of TeamViewer 13. You can find step-by-step directions in our how to use TeamViewer to view remote iPhones and iPads article to know more about this feature.

TeamViewer also supports remote printing and remote file transfer. As you likely know, not all remote desktop programs offer these features. Visit the features page of the TeamViewer website to know all the features available in TeamViewer.

How to download the latest version of TeamViewer?

Downloading the current version of TeamViewer is easy. You just need to click the official download link provided at the end of this article to begin downloading the TeamViewer 13 full setup (offline installer) onto your PC.

Note that a single installer file is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating system.

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