AnyDesk offers a fast, intuitive and security-focused way to connect to remote computers. With a bevy of features and lightweight design that works across multiple desktop and mobile platforms, it's powerful enough for enterprises but easy enough for personal and home office...
AnyDesk vs TeamViewer opinions
Same uncomplicated and simply working remote desktop application as one day was TeamViewer. And at best: Newer versions can connect to older versions - which TeamViewer always enforced to enforce everybody to upgrade.
The fact it seems to be running a native Linux binary is excellent, but it also runs in Fedora 25 (which Chrome Remote Desktop still doesn't support) and runs really well.
No longer free, 14-day trial, nag screens, and a timer. The licence is still cheaper than TeamViewer though.
I prefer using AnyDesk on any other screen-sharing tool, because of the seamless screen-sharing without disconnection or refreshing the connection after a certain period of time, Kudos!
The best app for remote easy to use
Less bloated, no installation necessary
It not ask for subscription on every connect and not limiting session length.
DWService is an half (only the client/agent) open source project which offers a service that allows access to remote systems (Windows, Mac, Linux, Raspberry...) using a standard web browser - without any component required on the client side.
DWService vs TeamViewer opinions
Sounds great at first glance. But as always, there is a catch. Yes, the software is open source, but limited in bandwidth, if you want more speed you have to subscribe. And that can cost up to 100 € for 50 Mbps maximum bandwidth per month, 1200,- € or 1346,49 $ per year. Then better use a professional solution like Teamviewer or Anydesk.
It's open source, free and more privacy respecting than the commercial counterparts.
DWService is much lighter, able to use even without installation, more options, web UI, also it is open source!
DWService requires an account whereas Teamviewer can be used on-the-go after the installation.
NoMachine NX is an enterprise-class solution for secure remote access, desktop virtualization, and hosted desktop deployment built around the self-designed and self-developed NX suite of components. Thanks to its outstanding compression, session resilience and resource...
NoMachine vs TeamViewer opinions
Respons is best even with GUI
Easy to use, install NoMachine on both computers. Connect to another computer via internet with external IP or services like dyndns, just need port forwarding. Very stable and many features.
VNC is remote access and control software which allows you to view and fully interact with one computer desktop (the "VNC Connect") using a simple program (the "VNC viewer") on another computer desktop or mobile device anywhere on the Internet.
VNC Connect vs TeamViewer opinions
free for home use and seems to have dns service. Last point is very important if you have to manage a PC of your grandparents
Does not offer easy to use access. Need to run server.. open ports, know IP addresses etc...
This is a full computer management web site. With MeshCentral, you can run your own web server to remotely manage and control computers on a local network or anywhere on the internet.
MeshCentral vs TeamViewer opinions
No uncontrolled outages, no third party reliance - perfect security. 2FA with authenticator app.
I like the privacy of your own server!
I have build a MeshCentral serveur and it is a very good alternative to TeamViewer.
Free, private and secure, Open Source, easy install on an Ubuntu server. Can control Windows, Linux and Mac computers with no port forwarding at all.
It's the best open source alternative. It doesn't require port forwarding on client side. Just send the client the file and they press connect. That's it.
Support customers on a remote computer easily through web-based, on-demand remote support sessions. Set up unattended remote access and manage remote PCs, laptops, mobile devices, and servers effortlessly.
Zoho Assist vs TeamViewer opinions
I love the fact that it uses HTML 5, which means that it can be used via just about any web browser. I also appreciate the fact that the free version doesn't nag you. I did spring for a subscription because I like the advanced computer management features. Oh, did I mention that it's much more affordable than TeamViewer too?
For developers, screen sharing shouldn’t be optimized for low bandwidth or presenting some slides. It should be high definition, that you still can read the tiny font of your colleague. No more, “wait a minute, the stream isn’t updating”.
Remote Access your PC and Mac from anywhere, even from iOS and Android. Support multiple remote computers in real-time.
RemotePC vs TeamViewer opinions
Free only allows access to 1 PC.
Works well. Handles multiple monitors. Has options for both always available and one-time access.