Update - Ver. 14 and end of 13. Host machine - Win7 Enterprise, Dual Monitors. 100/10 cable connection. 3 Security camera feeds on one monitor. It seems that ANY streaming video developed/programmed to NOT work well or highly choked off, throttled, etc...... when remoting into a host computer. Prior versions I could literally remote into my host and watch tv and movies, and my security camera's with no issues at all! It seems that ANYTHING that streams on the host machine has been severely throttled - My right monitor has 3 security camera's recording and viewing live video feed through fiber optic. I've slowed them down as much as I can without loosing much clarity. My left monitor is blank and I use it for web browsing, email, etc...... Never EVER a refresh issue (or any issue) while remoting in using that monitor. But, when I go to the right monitor.... nothing but severe refresh issues. I have to toggle back and forth, between screens to force it to refresh the right monitor. After 5 min. or so then it starts becoming a little bit better. Not much though. Cellular connections can be at 40/10 to 20/5 mbps, that I'm remoting in with and TeamViewer acts that same. So, I'm left with the fact that anything that 'streams' on your remote session...... they've killed on purpose?!?! I haven't even started on how this adversely effects remote controlling my observatory - high speed camera's etc...... Ugh! TeamViewer was the **bleep**! I can understand not wanting to be taken advantage of etc.... But, your prices are pretty steep for just a home user. Offering it free to single user's should mean that the software works exactly as if I WAS paying for it. Otherwise, what's the point?!?! Sincerely, Phil Albert
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I too am having the exact same issue after the latest and greatest upgrade/updates. I use this to remote control my observatory. Direct fiber link. Can't use RDP because of very heavy graphics. TeamViewer always has worked great. Not now! Can't even keep a remote session for couple minutes once I start using anything that requires real-time refresh.... and on a fiber link, no less. If this is a ploy to push users to purchase, like they did in the past with timeout periods, that would be a mistake, I think! But, I don't think that is it...... Probably just bad programming/development?!?! Which I hope they fix soon!?!? Even they, using it, would have to see this issue right away!?!?
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