Does Teamviewer's free version expire in time?

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Does Teamviewer's free version expire in time?

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DjBasileCommented:
If you face problems with it that require you to upgrade, buy or anything, just uninstall it and run it. In other words, don't install it again, but always select 'run' in the wizard. If this doesn't work, try to remove any registry keys associated with Team Viewer and try again!!
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jrathiCommented:
its free unless they change their policy

it depends on company. I like team viewer and I am using it without any issue.

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Naser GabajE&P Senior Software SpecialistCommented:
I have it installed in my Laptop for more than a year now, and nothing happened, therefore I would answer NO, it can last forever till further notice from TV Company.
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