I have been using TeamViewer for several years, mainly to help my now-94-year-old father and another elderly friend, and occasionally to log in to my home computer while traveling. It's a great program, works beautifully, better than I thought it could, and apparently has cool features I haven't even tried yet. Earlier this year I was locked out due to suspected commercial use, pleaded my case, eventually reinstated. Now I often find I am temporarily locked out because of too frequent connections? For instance I tell my Dad I can't connect because his computer needs to be restarted. I try again in a minute, computer still not ready; try again, TeamViewer kicks me off. Yes, it's temporary, but also completely disruptive and almost enraging. It happened again today, and then I got the message I could only connect for five minutes; about one minute later kicked off. I understand TeamViewer is in business to make money - more power to you. If your enforcement policy makes the free product unusable, so be it. Now I'll learn to use RemotePC. And I can't really recommend the free TeamViewer to anybody -- but who cares, I guess you lose money for every free user. (BTW, paid version? -- no way I can afford [The price has been removed in accordance with the community guidelines.] to help a couple of friends with their computer problems.) Gracias y adios, muchachos!
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