TeamViewer 9 Is Out With New Features, Linux Update
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 5 December 2013 at 11:02 AM EST. 6 Comments
The TeamViewer remote access/viewer software popular for VNC-like tasks as well as online meetings, is now officially up to version 9. With TeamViewer 9 comes new features as well as QuickSupport for Linux.

The features of TeamViewer 9 for Linux, OS X, and Windows systems include Wake-on-LAN support, two-factor authentication for TeamViewer accounts, copy-and-paste support via the clipboard, simplified file transfers, a TeamViewer API, notifications support, quick connections via desktop shortcuts, optimized video, and a redesigned user-interface.

The Linux version of TeamViewer 9 also brings TeamViewer QuickSupport for getting up and running easier and without needing root privileges.

More details on the closed-source TeamViewer 9 remote access software for Linux can be found via their news release that was issued this morning.

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