TeamViewer GmbH has unveiled TeamViewer 11 beta, a preview of its free-for-personal-use remote control package.
Performance enhancements are a highlight, with up to 15x faster file transfers, and a potential 30% reduction in data usage.
Image rendering has also been optimised, bringing better image quality at any given bandwidth.
A shiny new TeamViewer Chrome OS app gives you even more ways to connect, and there are options for unattended access to Android devices, or connecting directly to the Linux console (no GUI required).
Extra web support means you’re now able to run TeamViewer from your browser, and use your TeamViewer account as a web-based chat platform, wherever you are.
Both the TeamViewer toolbar and client interface have been redesigned to make them easier to use.
Corporate users also see a host of improvements, including smarter channel, group and device management, and a new customer feedback option via an automatic satisfaction survey at the end of a session.
TeamViewer 11 beta is available now for Windows XP and later.