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TeamViewer 11.x

Version 11.0.66695

Bug fixes
  • Fixed a bug that caused TeamViewer to freeze when opening the context menu in the Computer & Contacts list

Version 11.0.66595

Bug fixes
  • Fixed a bug that occurred during a file transfer, where the 'overwrite-all-button' just overwrote one file
  • Fixed a bug that after handing over the presenter in a meeting caused the left mouse clicks to be blocked for the new presenter
  • Fixed a bug where voice over IP was still transmitted after the presenter has muted the participant
  • Fixed a bug where it was not possible to install a customized host when being connected to a host module
  • Fixed a bug that custom QuickSupport modules stopped members participating in video calls or meetings after accepting the corresponding session invitation
  • Fixed a bug that caused the video to be very dark after converting it from .tvs into .avi format
  • Fixed a bug that the nearby option was not visible in the partner ID field
  • Fixed a bug that after disabling the remote control input, it was still possible to enter remote input
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.65452

Bug fixes
  • Fixed a bug that TeamViewer started maximized after Windows login and doesn’t stays minimized in tray menu
  • Fixed a bug that it was not possible to connect to TeamViewer Version 4 and 5

Version 11.0.65280

New Features
  • QuickSupport (Preview) for Windows 10 Mobile
    TeamViewer is the first and currently only solution capable of providing remote support to Windows 10 Mobile devices. Simply download and launch TeamViewer QuickSupport on your Windows 10 mobile device. The app is currently available for TeamViewer 11 as a Preview.
  • OneDrive for Business
    TeamViewer has expanded its list of supported cloud storage providers to include enterprise-level capabilities and now offers integration of OneDrive for Business into your file box.
Bug fixes
  • Fixed a bug where key combinations using the 'AltGr' key were not transferred correctly
  • Fixed a bug where it was not possible to reconnect after updating a custom QuickSupport to a custom Host module
  • Fixed a bug when logout of Windows 10 caused the remote window to freeze
  • Fixed a bug where text was scaled incorrectly at high dpi resolutions within the Host module
  • Fixed a bug where TeamViewer could not grab all parts of the virtual monitor
  • Fixed a bug where remote reboot using custom QuickSupport with Windows credentials failed
  • Fixed a bug that caused the "start meeting" button to be displayed as "abort connection" when applying a meeting-restriction policy to devices
  • Fixed a bug where the 100% scaling option did not have any impact
  • Fixed a bug when 'accept exclusively' is set the file transfer and remote control radio buttons were grayed out
  • Fixed a bug where TeamViewer was unable to get online after Windows sleep mode
  • Fixed a bug where some custom QuickSupport modules could not generate a session code
  • Solved some other issues that caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.63017

  • Fixed a crash that sometimes occurred after the update, mostly when starting TeamViewer for the second time
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.62308

  • Improved the key combination transfer now, e.g. Alt-Gr & 9 (German Keyboard), which results in „]“, can also be transmitted
  • Improved the VOIP latency for slower internet connections using UDP
  • Fixed a bug that the remote control session frozen when trying to close the connection
  • Fixed a bug where closing the service case after having started a customized QuickSupport session did not work, because the previous session code was automatically used for new QuickSupport sessions again
  • Fixed a bug where notifications from already read chat conversations pop up again
  • Fixed a bug where restarting Windows Server 2012 manually from the toolbar prevented denayed a reconnection
  • Fixed a bug where drag and drop timestamps of files were missing
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.59518

  • Fixed a bug where sometimes a device was not added to the Computers & Contacts list when unattended access was set up during the first installation
  • Fixed a bug that prevented devices to be added to the Computers & Contacts list via the star icon in the Partner-ID field
  • Fixed a bug that sometimes on Windows 8.1 and 2012 Server R2 logging into the Computer & Contacts list was not possible

Version 11.0.59131

  • Now it is also possible to start end-to-end encrypted chat conversations and to keep a persistent chat history when chatting to (Custom) QuickSupport Modules
  • Notifications can now be disabled for individual chat conversations
  • Improved transmission of Asian characters during a remote support session
  • Fixed a bug where it was not possible to establish a connection if there were spaces included between digits of the TeamViewer ID while being signed into the computer & contacts list
  • Fixed a bug causing new managed devices being assigned to the wrong default group
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.56083

  • Fixed a bug that could cause crashes on slower devices

Version 11.0.55321

  • The insider builds are now active (https://www.teamviewer.com/en/help/1115-What-are-TeamViewer-Insider-Builds)
  • Notification bubble is now clickable using touch
  • It's now possible to select the TeamViewer ID in the main window with the key combination CTRL+A
  • It’s now possible to upgrade a QuickSupport module with session code to a default Host
  • In the toolbar 'sign out on remote computer' is now set as default on server systems instead of reboot
  • Fixed a bug which caused that the standard file dialog didn't open when trying to export and import the .reg file for the options, save recorded sessions and so on
  • Fixed a bug that made the mouse lag when connecting to TeamViewer which ran inside a RDP session
  • Fixed a bug that made the text input area in the chat overlay received messages
  • Fixed bugs which sometimes caused problems with the states of contacts in the computer & contacts list
  • Fixed a bug where the profile picture wasn't displayed in request dialogs
  • Fixed some small user interface issues
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.53254

  • Fixed a bug which made logging into the Computers & Contacts list with the portable TeamViewer version impossible
  • Fixed a bug which caused the TeamViewer logo to be in the foreground in a custom host
  • Fixed a bug through which the unattended access window never closed
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.52465

  • Option to receive 'insider builds' is now available
  • Added notification with unread conversation count in chat icon of Computers & Contacts list
  • Improved hover behavior in the toolbar
  • 'Computer sounds' checkbox in the toolbar is now in 'Communicate' menu
  • Fixed a bug that sometimes made the screen flicker on Windows 10
  • Fixed some bugs which caused crashes during a file transfer session
  • Fixed a bug which caused the sound to be broken when converting recorded sessions from .tvs to avi
  • Fixed a bug which caused missing or double messages in chat conversations
  • Fixed a bug that cameras weren't identified after update
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.51091

  • Search in computers & contacts list is now faster
  • Fixed a bug where keyboard or mouse input during a remote control session with automatic record session option did not work correctly
  • Alias device name from computers & contacts list is again is displayed correctly during a connection
  • Fixed a bug where sometimes black areas occurred in the main TeamViewer window
  • Minor improvements and fixes

New features in TeamViewer 11 for Windows:

  • Improved performance
    TeamViewer has been optimized to use less bandwidth and provide more efficient image rendering, so expect improved image quality at a given bandwidth. Other benefits include file transfers up to 15x faster, and up to 30% lower data usage rates.
  • Overhauled toolbar
    Not only is TeamViewer faster, now you’re faster too. The remote control session interface has been redesigned based on user feedback and the latest research in user-interface design. Find what you want, where you expect it, when you need it.
  • Unattended access for Android devices
    TeamViewer is the solution that supports remote control of more Android systems than anyone else. Now, it’s even possible to remotely control unattended Android devices from anywhere, at any time. Android doesn’t just mean smartphones and tablets either. Today, many devices such as point of sales (POS), ATMs, public displays, and even vending machines rely on Android.
  • Give your customers an SOS button
    Make it extremely easy for your customers to get support. Create a custom TeamViewer QuickSupport module that puts an icon with your company’s name, or a simple call to action, right on your customer’s desktop. With just one click, customers can request help from you through your custom QuickSupport module that automatically updates to reflect your latest customizations.
  • Gather customer feedback
    Improve your service quality by gathering customer feedback via an automatic satisfaction survey at the end of a support session. Your customers can provide ratings and comments to help improve your support services.
  • Linux with no GUI is no problem
    Directly connect to the Linux text console, even if there is no graphical user interface (GUI). Easily manage headless Linux servers without concerns about setting up port forwarding, configuring SSH, or having to install a graphics card. With TeamViewer, it just works. Learn more
  • Install TeamViewer Host remotely
    Easily turn a first-time customer into repeat business. From a spontaneous support session, you can make unattended access possible from that point forward by installing the TeamViewer Host module remotely. You can even install your own custom Host module with your branding.
  • Total control of your channels
    Maintain a clear overview of how your channels are being used and have channels available when and where they are needed the most. By creating separate channel groups within your license and assigning users to them, you ensure that specific teams always have access to the channels they need.
  • Powerful and flexible group sharing
    Enjoy total control of all the groups in your Computers & Contacts list. If you have been granted “full access”, you can share groups that have been shared with you and change permissions. Move shared contacts into your own contacts, and quickly see who the owner of a shared group is as well. Managing contacts and devices has never been easier.
  • Save time with multi-selection
    Work more efficiently by selecting multiple contacts or devices at once from within your Computers & Contacts list. For example, assign multiple devices to a group all at once, or bring additional participants into a video call by selecting them all and inviting them together.
  • Run TeamViewer in your browser
    Use TeamViewer from within your web browser to provide remote support or for remote access. This is a convenient alternative if you lack administrative rights to install TeamViewer but still need to connect to a remote device to provide support or work collaboratively on a project.
  • TeamViewer chat in your web environment
    Add full-featured, browser-based chat capabilities to internal web tools such as CRM or helpdesk solutions by means of a TeamViewer chat widget. This embedded chat solution provides even more flexibility and convenience by putting TeamViewer’s chat functionality directly into your working environment.
  • Chat from anywhere
    Never miss an important conversation. Log in to your TeamViewer account from anywhere via a web browser to use it as a web-based chat platform. You can even chat on the go from your mobile device. Also, show people how you really feel with emojis :-). Of course, no matter how or from where you chat, your conversations remain end-to-end encrypted with TeamViewer.
  • Chrome OS support
    TeamViewer continues to be the shining example for supporting multiple platforms by adding yet another operating system to the list: Chrome OS from Google. Now you can access your office or home computer using your Chromebook or use it to provide remote support.
    TeamViewer for Chrome OS is available in the Chrome Web Store.
  • Made for Windows 10
    TeamViewer 11 is a perfect match for Windows 10, and it does more than just look good. With TeamViewer 11, you can take advantage of powerful Windows features such as improved touch gestures on the trackpad for both local and remote input.
  • Client enhancements
    The hallmark of a premier solution is attention to detail. In the TeamViewer 11 client interface, such details are revealed through an incredibly clean design with numerous usability enhancements focused on providing a state-of-the-art user experience.

TeamViewer 11 is designed to run on a broad spectrum of operating systems ranging from the state of the art, such as Chrome OS, Windows 10, iOS 9, Android Marshmallow, and Mac OS X El Capitan, to older operating systems such as Windows XP.

With the release of a new main version (e.g. 11.x etc.) for Windows, Mac OS or Linux, we exchange the download links on our homepage. You will find previous versions on our website under Download/Previous versions.

TeamViewer 11.x

Version 11.0.66595

Bug fixes
  • Fixed a bug where the participant video stopped when the presenter shared his screen
  • Fixed a bug that TeamViewer did not respond when uploading an account picture
  • Fixed a bug that occurred during a file transfer, where the 'overwrite-all-button' just overwrote one file
  • Fixed a bug that after handing over the presenter in a meeting caused the left mouse clicks to be blocked for the new presenter
  • Fixed a bug where voice over IP was still transmitted after the presenter has muted the participant
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.65452

Bug fixes
  • Fixed a bug that it was not possible to connect to TeamViewer Version 4 and 5

Version 11.0.65280

New Features
  • QuickSupport (Preview) for Windows 10 Mobile
    TeamViewer is the first and currently only solution capable of providing remote support to Windows 10 Mobile devices. Simply download and launch TeamViewer QuickSupport on your Windows 10 mobile device. The app is currently available for TeamViewer 11 as a Preview.
  • OneDrive for Business
    TeamViewer has expanded its list of supported cloud storage providers to include enterprise-level capabilities and now offers integration of OneDrive for Business into your file box.
Bug fixes
  • Fixed a bug related to multiple remote control session handover
  • Fixed a bug where the Windows Host crashed after closing the remote control session
  • Fixed a bug that it was not possible to establish a video call or meeting to a custom QuickSupport module
  • Fixed a bug that it was not possible to use operating system language Chinese
  • Fixed a bug that occured by establishing a second video call or meeting
  • Solved some other issues that caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.62308

  • Improved the VOIP latency for slower internet connections using UDP
  • Fixed a bug that the remote control session was frozen when trying to close the connection
  • Fixed a bug where notifications from already read chat conversations pop up again
  • Fixed a bug that caused the uninstaller of TeamViewer which did not work well in some cases
  • Fixed a bug that displayed not the entered “name” of the custom QuickSupport module
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.59131

  • Now it is also possible to start end-to-end encrypted chat conversations and to keep a persistent chat history when chatting to (Custom) QuickSupport Modules
  • Notifications can now be disabled for individual chat conversations
  • Fixed a bug causing new managed devices being assigned to the wrong default group
  • Fixed a bug that entries in the computers & contacts list are displaced and cut
  • Fixed a bug that sometimes it was not possible to add a device into the computers & contacts list
  • Fixed a bug that it was not possible to change the TeamViewer account password in the TeamViewer options
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.55321

  • In a meeting the panel now stays minimized when a participant joins
  • Now it's possible to attach a screenshot when sending a feedback
  • Fixed a bug which sometimes made a connection impossible
  • Fixed a bug which caused that the wallpaper to stay removed when disconnecting from the remote computer and locking the screen
  • Fixed a bug which caused that device names couldn't be removed from the ID history in the main window
  • Fixed some bugs which sometimes caused problems with the states of contacts in the computer & contacts list
  • Fixed a bug where the files on Android devices weren't displayed during the file transfer
  • Fixed some small user interface issues
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.53254

  • Fixed a bug which displayed a free license in the TeamViewer main window instead of the correct license
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.52465

  • Added a notification with unread conversation count in chat icon of the Computers & Contacts list and also in the dock
  • Fixed some bugs which caused crashes during a file transfer session
  • Fixed a bug which caused missing or double messages in chat conversations
  • Solved some other issues which caused crashes
  • Minor improvements and fixes

Version 11.0.51096

  • It is now possible again to assign a device to an account from Computers & Contacts list
  • Now it is again possible to remote control an android device
  • Now the video in meetings and video calls is displayed again
  • Minor improvements and fixes

New features in TeamViewer 11 for Mac:

  • Improved performance
    TeamViewer has been optimized to use less bandwidth and provide more efficient image rendering, so expect improved image quality at a given bandwidth. Other benefits include file transfers up to 15x faster, and up to 30% lower data usage rates.
  • Unattended access for Android devices
    TeamViewer is the solution that supports remote control of more Android systems than anyone else. Now, it’s even possible to remotely control unattended Android devices from anywhere, at any time. Android doesn’t just mean smartphones and tablets either. Today, many devices such as point of sales (POS), ATMs, public displays, and even vending machines rely on Android.
  • Gather customer feedback
    Improve your service quality by gathering customer feedback via an automatic satisfaction survey at the end of a support session. Your customers can provide ratings and comments to help improve your support services.
  • Linux with no GUI is no problem
    Directly connect to the Linux text console, even if there is no graphical user interface (GUI). Easily manage headless Linux servers without concerns about setting up port forwarding, configuring SSH, or having to install a graphics card. With TeamViewer, it just works. Learn more
  • Total control of your channels
    Maintain a clear overview of how your channels are being used and have channels available when and where they are needed the most. By creating separate channel groups within your license and assigning users to them, you ensure that specific teams always have access to the channels they need.
  • Powerful and flexible group sharing
    Enjoy total control of all the groups in your Computers & Contacts list. If you have been granted “full access”, you can share groups that have been shared with you and change permissions. Move shared contacts into your own contacts, and quickly see who the owner of a shared group is as well. Managing contacts and devices has never been easier.
  • Run TeamViewer in your browser
    Use TeamViewer from within your web browser to provide remote support or for remote access. This is a convenient alternative if you lack administrative rights to install TeamViewer but still need to connect to a remote device to provide support or work collaboratively on a project.
  • TeamViewer chat in your web environment
    Add full-featured, browser-based chat capabilities to internal web tools such as CRM or helpdesk solutions by means of a TeamViewer chat widget. This embedded chat solution provides even more flexibility and convenience by putting TeamViewer’s chat functionality directly into your working environment.
  • Chat from anywhere
    Never miss an important conversation. Log in to your TeamViewer account from anywhere via a web browser to use it as a web-based chat platform. You can even chat on the go from your mobile device. Also, show people how you really feel with emojis :-). Of course, no matter how or from where you chat, your conversations remain end-to-end encrypted with TeamViewer.
  • Chrome OS support
    TeamViewer continues to be the shining example for supporting multiple platforms by adding yet another operating system to the list: Chrome OS from Google. Now you can access your office or home computer using your Chromebook or use it to provide remote support.
    TeamViewer for Chrome OS is available in the Chrome Web Store.
  • Client enhancements
    The hallmark of a premier solution is attention to detail. In the TeamViewer 11 client interface, such details are revealed through an incredibly clean design with numerous usability enhancements focused on providing a state-of-the-art user experience.

TeamViewer 11 is designed to run on a broad spectrum of operating systems ranging from the state of the art, such as Chrome OS, Windows 10, iOS 9, Android Marshmallow, and Mac OS X El Capitan, to older operating systems such as Windows XP.

With the release of a new main version (e.g. 11.x etc.) for Windows, Mac OS or Linux, we exchange the download links on our homepage. You will find previous versions on our website under Download/Previous versions.

TeamViewer 11.x

New features in TeamViewer 11 for Linux:

  • Improved performance
    TeamViewer has been optimized to use less bandwidth and provide more efficient image rendering, so expect improved image quality at a given bandwidth. Other benefits include file transfers up to 15x faster, and up to 30% lower data usage rates.
  • Overhauled toolbar
    Not only is TeamViewer faster, now you’re faster too. The remote control session interface has been redesigned based on user feedback and the latest research in user-interface design. Find what you want, where you expect it, when you need it.
  • Unattended access for Android devices
    TeamViewer is the solution that supports remote control of more Android systems than anyone else. Now, it’s even possible to remotely control unattended Android devices from anywhere, at any time. Android doesn’t just mean smartphones and tablets either. Today, many devices such as point of sales (POS), ATMs, public displays, and even vending machines rely on Android.
  • Gather customer feedback
    Improve your service quality by gathering customer feedback via an automatic satisfaction survey at the end of a support session. Your customers can provide ratings and comments to help improve your support services.
  • Linux with no GUI is no problem
    Directly connect to the Linux text console, even if there is no graphical user interface (GUI). Easily manage headless Linux servers without concerns about setting up port forwarding, configuring SSH, or having to install a graphics card. With TeamViewer, it just works. Learn more
  • Install TeamViewer Host remotely
    Easily turn a first-time customer into repeat business. From a spontaneous support session, you can make unattended access possible from that point forward by installing the TeamViewer Host module remotely. You can even install your own custom Host module with your branding.
  • Total control of your channels
    Maintain a clear overview of how your channels are being used and have channels available when and where they are needed the most. By creating separate channel groups within your license and assigning users to them, you ensure that specific teams always have access to the channels they need.
  • Powerful and flexible group sharing
    Enjoy total control of all the groups in your Computers & Contacts list. If you have been granted “full access”, you can share groups that have been shared with you and change permissions. Move shared contacts into your own contacts, and quickly see who the owner of a shared group is as well. Managing contacts and devices has never been easier.
  • Save time with multi-selection
    Work more efficiently by selecting multiple contacts or devices at once from within your Computers & Contacts list. For example, assign multiple devices to a group all at once, or bring additional participants into a video call by selecting them all and inviting them together.
  • Run TeamViewer in your browser
    Use TeamViewer from within your web browser to provide remote support or for remote access. This is a convenient alternative if you lack administrative rights to install TeamViewer but still need to connect to a remote device to provide support or work collaboratively on a project.
  • TeamViewer chat in your web environment
    Add full-featured, browser-based chat capabilities to internal web tools such as CRM or helpdesk solutions by means of a TeamViewer chat widget. This embedded chat solution provides even more flexibility and convenience by putting TeamViewer’s chat functionality directly into your working environment.
  • Chat from anywhere
    Never miss an important conversation. Log in to your TeamViewer account from anywhere via a web browser to use it as a web-based chat platform. You can even chat on the go from your mobile device. Also, show people how you really feel with emojis :-). Of course, no matter how or from where you chat, your conversations remain end-to-end encrypted with TeamViewer.
  • Chrome OS support
    TeamViewer continues to be the shining example for supporting multiple platforms by adding yet another operating system to the list: Chrome OS from Google. Now you can access your office or home computer using your Chromebook or use it to provide remote support.
    TeamViewer for Chrome OS is available in the Chrome Web Store.
  • Client enhancements
    The hallmark of a premier solution is attention to detail. In the TeamViewer 11 client interface, such details are revealed through an incredibly clean design with numerous usability enhancements focused on providing a state-of-the-art user experience.

TeamViewer 11 is designed to run on a broad spectrum of operating systems ranging from the state of the art, such as Chrome OS, Windows 10, iOS 9, Android Marshmallow, and Mac OS X El Capitan, to older operating systems such as Windows XP.

With the release of a new main version (e.g. 11.x etc.) for Windows, Mac OS or Linux, we exchange the download links on our homepage. You will find previous versions on our website under Download/Previous versions.

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