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Team viewer isn't half bad tbh. 

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Team viewer isn't half bad tbh. 

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2 minutes ago, RKRiley said:

Team viewer isn't half bad tbh. 

I'd recommend staying on version 12 though, if you are using any Linux hosts or clients.

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Teamviewer is great, if you want a paid option, I personally prefer Splashtop.

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