Topics: Remote desktop, Comparison of remote desktop software, Computer software Pages: 3 (785 words) Published: September 27, 2014
TeamViewer is a remote access program that is free and easy to download. It has many features that are not easily found in similar products. It is very easy to use and it can be installed on many devices. For instance, TeamViewer can be downloaded on Mac, Windows, Linux, and even a mobile device. This program allows its users to remotely reboot the computer into Safe Mode and after that, reconnect with the TeamViewer automatically. In order to set up TeamViewer, there is no need for router configurations. Also, the remote sessions can be recorded on a video file so that it can be viewed again by the users. TeamViewer permits its user to share one application window or the complete desktop with another user. By using either the file transfer tool or the clipboard function; images, files, folders, and screenshots can be transferred to computers and also transferred from computers. TeamViewer is a portable program which allows quick access or it can be installed to accept remote connections all the time. The steps as to how to download TeamViewer is as follows:

1- I used my personal laptop and browsed to 2- I click on "Download" button
3- I saved the file to a preferred location on the computer
4- After the file was finished downloading, I opened the file to execute setup 5-I chose to run or install
6- I selected Personal/Non-commercial for personal use
7- I checked "Show Advance Settings" to change the install path 8-I clicked finish after selecting my options
9- Installation was then complete and I was ready to begin a desktop sharing session with a partner who has TeamViewer installed 11- I entered partner's ID number in the box below "Create Session" 12- When done, the password provided by the partner was entered and clicked on “Connect to partner”

On the team viewer application toolbar, many options are available to the user. With this application, the users are able to click on: Action, shortcuts,...
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