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TeamViewer 11 Beta released, and here is what’s new in it

TeamViewer 11 Beta released, and here is what’s new in it

by AshwinNovember 5, 2015

TeamViewer, the popular remote support software, has reached version 11 Beta.

TeamViewer 11

And we take a closer look at the new features in the latest build of the application.

First of all, TeamViewer 11 adds full support for modern operating systems including Microsoft Windows 10, Apple’s Mac OS X El Capitan and iOS 9, as well as Google’s recently launched mobile operating system Android 6.0 Marshmallow. But don’t worry, TeamViewer’s newest version still offers full support for older operating systems like Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, etc.

The company says that the application’s performance has been improved drastically, and TeamViewer 11’s file transfer is 15 times faster than what the previous version offered. The app also now uses less bandwidth, with up to 30% lower data usage. This apparently helps it render images in a better way, with a high bandwidth internet connection resulting in a high resolution image.

Version 11 of the application has a new toolbar which has been redesigned to provide all the important functions in one place. TeamViewer has added an SOS button, which will allow users to contact their supporters, with a click of the mouse.

TeamViewer now has a browser version as well, which eliminates the need to install the app, and also allows the user to use the service anywhere they want. This web based platform has full support for TeamViewer’s chat and the instant messaging service, also includes the most loved feature of the internet, emojis. You can sign in to the browser version using your regular credentials, and you are good to go.

And of course, there is still a portable version of the app is still available.

Linux users, there is some great news for you. TeamViewer 11 can be used even without the interface, and doesn’t even need port forwarding or SSH. All you need is the text console.

TeamViewer 11 will now work on Chromebook devices which run on Google’s Chrome OS, with full support for the app’s remote control functions. Additionally on the Mountain View Company’s mobile operating system, Android, TeamViewer will provide unattended access. Basically what that means is, a user can access the device, once it has been authorized, and continue to use it without the need of anyone confirming the incoming connection on the Android device.

Download TeamViewer 11 Beta for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS from the official website. I tested the latest version of the app it works perfectly fine, with no bugs whatsoever, so go ahead and give it a shot.