Windows: The Windows version of popular cross-platform remote desktop tool TeamViewer has updated and includes a host of new features to make remote presentations and trouble shooting easier.
While several of the new features are aimed at commercial users — such as the improved QuickSupport function for customer service calls — there are a bunch of great improvements for individuals. The new QuickJoin feature makes it dead simple for people to join a presentation. Now instead of the host plugging in all the user's login info, the host can share the session data ahead of schedule and the participants are responsible for joining the session.
One of the handiest improvements, especially for those of us who use TeamViewer to help friends and relatives with their computers, is Auto Rejoin. Now when the other party has to reboot — after a software installation, for example — they'll automatically rejoin the TeamViewer session after the reboot. On top of the new features the layout of the application now has a cleaner delineation between remote control and presentation modes and password protection of TeamViewer's options.
Visit the link below to read about the new features or jump right to the download page here.