whatever this is (and i don't know) the first link won't load for me even - so there's that

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Just link the Techno360 website ... both any-viewer.com and anyviewer.com don't have the "Get Now" buttons.

Before you copy and paste be sure it makes sense for others.

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I found the site suspicious, I'm not going to venture out, I'll pass

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+1

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Yeah, me too. All those low quality images look stolen (cut) from some other pages. Not clicking anything on that site, for sure.

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PLUS ULTRA

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Meh, it's not a perpetual license.

Sign up to Claim 1-Year AnyViewer Pro Account for FREE

I would recommend RealVNC, since it is free for personal use.

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With a number of these types of things it winds up becoming all-but-ransomware. You've got a year's worth of backups, and if you don't pay the renewal you can't ever access or RESTORE your backups.

Sometimes these types of 1 year licenses have been offered for a buck or three on legit sites like Humber or Fanatical in order to lure in the unwary.

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This looks too sketchy, looks like one of those videos from Youtube when you search up "Free Adobe Premiere Pro"

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spam?

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Any of you recommend a single program from this list?

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Not even Ashampoo which is probably the most known company on that list.

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Better go for ultravnc (free and open source) or any... proven remote control solutions... rather than random software found on web (never do that!).
You got a comparison list here : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_remote_desktop_software

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