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free remote software, Teemview now is charging,
any other reliable remote software that the experts recomend?
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Oh men, i mean desktop control and stuf, remote pc control
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I've also heard of RealVNC, AnyDesk, LogMeIn, GoToMyPC, etc..

Google has a gaggle of them.

We are corporate so we pay for our TV since we have so many remote users around the globe.
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i don't find that teamviewer is asking to pay? it is still free.
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teamviewer for business use is not free 49/month-199/month
It is only free for personal use.
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he never posted it was for businees use; that's why i posted the above
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he never posted it was for businees use; that's why i posted the above
Kind of did. Teamviewer detected OP used it for business hence why they are "charging"
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ok- i can agree with that, but till the asker says so - it can be anything imo
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@Ernesto

I offered a variety of software sites that can be used for "personal use for free". I then stated that "we" use the paid version because of our  globally-located clients. Although these clients are deemed "personal", "we" are behind a corporate firewall and thus, TeamViewer, although free for personal use, states that "we" require a business license.

But again, I gave you "TV alternatives" that offer free software for personal use, and some that do offer remote desktop control options, which I believe relates to your original post.

If there was any confusion on my part, I do apologize for that.
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