The next generation of TeamViewer is here - and brings many, many new features, from a fully featured web browser frontend to our brand new portable account system including presence state display.
TeamViewer 4 - the most important update in TeamViewer's history!
NEW: Web browser based access
* One of the main additions to TeamViewer 4 is the new web browser based access mode that allows remote access to another computer via a web browser
* Remote control is done by an Adobe Flash 9 component, TeamViewer 4 web connector does not need any ActiveX etc. component and by that will also be usable in high-security environments where browser plugins and executable files are not allowed.
* The web connector requires a free TeamViewer account (but is not included in the Business licenses)
NEW: TeamViewer account system with presence state display
* TeamViewer 4 offers a brand new account system that allows you to store trusted partners and remote computers in your partner list in order to connect to those partners with a single click of the mouse
* The partner list will also include presence state display, so you will be able to see which of your partners or remote computers is currently online
* The accounts are stored on the TeamViewer servers and are by that portable - you will be able to log on to your account from any TeamViewer and even from the new web connector
NEW: Other additions and enhancements
The additions to TeamViewer 4 don't stop here - there are other major new features in the new version:
* Remote system information: Get a system overview of the technical configuration of the remote system
* Performance tuning: TeamViewer 4 is much faster than TeamViewer 3
* Remote screen resolution: The resolution of the remote screen can now be remotely adjusted during a session
Licenses, updates and backwards-compatibility
* TeamViewer 4 users will be able to connect to TeamViewer 3 without limitations
* However the other way, connecting from TeamViewer 3 to TeamViewer 4, is not possible due to technical and licensing restrictions