TeamViewer is one of the best software out there for remote support and online meetings. With TeamViewer, one can easily remotely control a computer from anywhere with a few mouse clicks and can also be used to transfer files and remote printing. And the best thing is that, TeamViewer is absolutely free for personal use.
Up until now, TeamViewer was available for major computer and mobile operating systems. That is, one could use TeamViewer only on Windows, Mac, Linux, Windows Phone, Android and iOS.
TeamViewer for Chrome OS
Now that Google Chrome OS and Chromebooks have been gaining popularity, the first version of TeamViewer has been released for Chrome OS. Yes, unlike its previous versions, the latest TeamViewer 11 is available for Google Chrome OS as well.
While this is the first version of TeamViewer for Chrome OS, the version number is 11.0 (the latest version of TeamViewer for other operating systems). TeamViewer for Chrome OS or Chromebook, offers almost all the features that you can find in TeamViewer for Windows and Mac.
The latest version of TeamViewer is about 15 times faster than the previous version and uses less data, according to TeamViewer website. The toolbar has been redesigned so that users can quickly find features and settings.
If you’re one of the users of Chromebooks, you can start using TeamViewer to get remote support or offer support to your friends and family. You can now remotely control a Windows PC from your Chrome OS and transfer files between Chrome OS and Windows PC with ease.
Download TeamViewer for Chrome OS
The download size of TeamViewer for Chrome OS is about 40 MB and can be installed by visiting Chrome web store.
To begin using TeamViewer on your Chromebook, visit this page of Chrome web store, add the app to Chrome, launch TeamViewer app, enter the ID and password to connect to the remote computer.