And not to embezzle Linux (2.16%), of course, which in return is ever so popular on e.g. servers.
Naturally, those numbers summarize the various versions of the operating systems that are still being used.
But reducing operating systems to the ones popular on desktop PCs and laptops wouldn’t do reality justice anymore nowadays.
On mobile devices like smart phones and tablets, we come across Android (57.99%), iOS (30.75%), Windows Phone OS (1.44%), or Blackberry (0.43%), of course again in various versions.
However, no matter if you’re providing remote support for a living or you’re just searching for an easy way to work with your different operating systems more effectively, there is a solution for the multi-platform fiasco.
You guessed correctly: It’s TeamViewer!
Use TeamViewer on the Platform of Your Choice
Perhaps one of the most compelling things about TeamViewer is its comprehensiveness regarding the variety of systems and platforms.
Using TeamViewer, you have the most flexibility possible.
It’s Still a Cross-Platform World
Luckily, the cross-platform problem is much less of a barrier today than it was a few years ago.
However, there are still some gaps that must be bridged.
At TeamViewer, we are very proud of the many cross-platform capabilities that our software already offers and we’re constantly working on improving them even more so you can enjoy a maximum of freedom.
Be it to provide support to a vast array of different devices from mobiles, over PCs and servers, all the way to tiny IoT devices spread over the whole world.
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