TeamViewer is one of the software that I install after completing Windows installation. In fact, I have integrated the latest version of TeamViewer in the Windows setup to automatically install the software after the Windows setup (see how to integrate drivers, programs, and wallpapers in Windows setup).
The good news is that TeamViewer now supports Windows 8 as well. In fact, it’s been listed in Windows 8 Store as well. Users who have moved to Windows 8 from previous Windows versions can now download and install the latest version of TeamViewer without any issues.
For users who haven’t tried TeamViewer before, it’s one of the best, if not the best remote desktop control software available for Windows. In simple words, it lets you take complete control of a remote computer right from your PC. And the best thing is that you get all these features for free non-commercial use.
In addition to Windows 8, TeamViwer supports Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 as well. A single installer available for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions. Visit the download page to TeamViewer start downloading the latest version of TeamViewer. Please note that the TeamViewer currently available for x86 and x64 processors only and is not compatible with ARM processors.
You might also like to read how to change TeamViewer access control settings, and how to record TeamViewer sessions guides. And if you’re looking for desktop version of TeamViewer 9, please visit our download TeamViewer 9 page.