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Step 1: Get the software

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Go to http://www.teamviewer.com/download/index.aspx and download the version for the type of computer you are using. You will get the full version, the other person you will be helping out can get either the full or the QuickSupport version of the software. If at one point you think you will be using their computer to help someone out or if you think they will, they should get the full version.

Step 2: Installation

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For windows users, Teamviewer supports Windows 98 and later, so if grandma is using an antique, she'll be just fine. The program is relatively small (only a few megabytes) so there is no need to worry about hard drive space. The full version will ask if you will use the program for personal use, commercial use, or both. The license costs money for commercial use. PLEASE BE HONEST. You will also notice an option for Teamviewer to start with windows. Do not do this unless you intend to be able to remotely control your own computer without another person running the program. This will also require a permanent access password which normally randomizes each time the program is opened.

For QuickSupport users, installation is not necessary. The program runs straight from the downloaded file. I would recommend saving the file for quicker access.
natthestar4 years ago
I bet grandma's happy!
CazzPhoenix5 years ago
This works great, can't remember if I originally found this site through instructables or not but I was even able to help out a family member who is still using a 28.8 dial up connection... took longer than it should've but it worked.
brunoip5 years ago
nice Instructable
gamerguy13 (author)  brunoip5 years ago
thanks