TeamViewer (Classic) is available for the operating systems listed below.
Links to older versions of TeamViewer (Classic) can be found in our Knowledge Hub.
The system requirements set out below apply to our products for remote access & support, e. g. TeamViewer (Classic), TeamViewer Remote (Work & Support), TeamViewer Tensor.
For the use of specific features Monitoring & Asset Management, Endpoint Protection, and Backup, the system requirements Supported operating systems for Remote Management shall apply in addition.
This article applies to all TeamViewer (Classic) users.
💡Hint: Using older versions of TeamViewer (Classic) requires a TeamViewer license. We kindly ask all free users to use the latest version of TeamViewer Remote.
¹ Includes support for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise editions. However, Windows 10 IoT Core and Windows Embedded systems are not supported.
² Windows Server Core installations are not supported.
³ Internet Explorer 8.0 or later is required.
⁴ All capabilities for incoming and outgoing connections, with the only exception of Windows driver-based features like VPN, Remote Printer, and SmartCard support.
- We are no longer actively servicing Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows Server 2003/2008. You can continue using the last supported version of TeamViewer (Classic) on those operating systems, but we are no longer providing updates or fixes which are specific to them. See this announcement for more details.
- We are no longer actively servicing macOS 10.7 to 10.14. You can continue using the last supported version of TeamViewer on those operating systems, but we are no longer providing updates or fixes which are specific to them. See these announcements for more details:
- We have already adapted TeamViewer (Classic) to the Apple Silicon Macs, and we announce full support of this hardware for TeamViewer (Classic) 15.12 and newer.
- Currently, there is no possibility to enable "Lock Computer" remotely on macOS Big Sur. This button is, therefore, disabled when connected to a Mac running Big Sur.
📌Note: TeamViewer (Classic) can also run on several other distributions, although we don't officially provide support for them.
Please see this article for more details on installing TeamViewer (Classic) on Linux.
📌Note: Regarding CentOS Stream 8 and CentOS Stream 9 - Due to the rolling release model of these distributions, we cannot guarantee that TeamViewer will work at all times.
📌Note: Individual APK installer files can also be downloaded from our website for sideloading.
Please find the list of supported manufacturers for remote control here.
iOS and iPadOS
📌Note: The Android Apps TeamViewer QuickSupport and Host are supported on all Chrome OS devices launched since 2019 and some Chrome OS devices launched before 2019.
A list of Chrome OS devices launched before 2019, which support running Android apps, can be found on Google's website.
Users with Chrome devices that do not support Android apps can use the TeamViewer Web Client.
Also, note that the QuickSupport and Host apps only provide screen sharing on Chrome OS. Full remote control of Chrome OS is officially not supported yet.
To provide the most secure level of encryption to our users, we removed support of Transport Layer Security (TLS) versions 1.0 and 1.1 from our web services in October 2020. This includes our Management Console and our web-based API.
Transport Layer Security is a protocol that provides encrypted communication on the web. After October 2020, we will only support TLS version 1.2.
If you are using an up-to-date browser and don't use our API, no further action is required. All current browser versions already support TLS 1.2.
If you are using a browser version several years old, we recommend updating it to the latest version.
And if you are a developer using our API to integrate TeamViewer (Classic) functionality into other solutions, please ensure your HTTP client supports TLS 1.2.