With TeamViewer for Linux, you can remotely control any computer as if you were sitting right in front of it – even through firewalls.

Key features include remote administration of unattended servers, file transfer, high security standard, online status updates, remote support without installation, as well as remote presentation of products, solutions and services.

TeamViewer enables you to share your desktop with other people over the internet, even through firewalls – the ideal solution for online collaboration.

Summing up, TeamViewer is a decent remote control software for the Mac OS X and Windows OSes, as well as for all the supported mobile platforms.

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