Can I restart a computer using TeamViewer?

Can I restart a computer using TeamViewer?

With TeamViewer, you can install updates or applications, restart the computer, or simply access the files you need to transfer. It’s all possible with our innovative technology.

Will TeamViewer work if computer is locked?

TeamViewer works like physical access to the machine. The remote user would still have to log in to the Windows session, if you locked the machine.

How long will TeamViewer stay open?

Thirty minutes later the idle session shuts down automatically. With TeamViewer 10, idle session timeout is a user-definable option that can be set from 30 minutes to up to eight hours. Supporters and their clients never have to worry about idle sessions remaining open.

Does TeamViewer need to be running on both computers?

TeamViewer is like a telephone conversation made between two PCs, so both machines will need to have the software installed. To get started, download TeamViewer on your desktop PC from

Can I turn my PC on remotely?

If you don’t have a PC handy, you can use a mobile app like Wake On Lan (Android) or Mocha WOL (iOS). They work the same way as the desktop apps above: you can either scan your network for devices, or enter the IP and MAC address of the computer you want to wake up.

How can I turn on my laptop remotely?

Open the Windows Device Manager, locate your network device in the list, right-click it, and select Properties. Click the Advanced tab, locate “Wake on magic packet” in the list, and enable it.

Does TeamViewer need to be open on both computers?

Can TeamViewer work if computer is sleep?

You can turn on a sleeping or powered-off computer using TeamViewer’s Wake-on-LAN feature. You can initiate the wake-up request from another Windows or Mac computer, or even from an Android or iOS device running the TeamViewer Remote Control app.

How much delay does TeamViewer have?

Even on a local gigabit LAN, TeamViewer has a visible delay. Maybe 0.25 sec.

Does TeamViewer use a lot of memory?

The memory usage is astonishing, and seems to keep growing. I’s seeing 400MB RAM usage as a baseline and growing over a half a gig routinely. Leaving the screen “on” seems to resul in a progression where it ads about 50K-100K of ram usage per second.