If you have two or more Windows PCs at one desk, you don’t want two or more sets of keyboards and mice cluttering up your workspace, too. You can buy a hardware gadget that lets you share a single keyboard and mouse with several computers which involves a mess of tangled wires, or you could use a freeware for Windows PC called Mouse without Borders.
Mouse Without Borders lets you control computers on the same wireless network with one set of inputs as if it was one machine with a multiple display. Up to four systems can be tied together and the software also provides for seamless drag-and-drop file transfer. If you work on PC, Mac, and Linux desktops simultaneously, it better to try Synergy.
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Grab the utility here and install–you’ll have to enter a security code on each computer to get them synced up. Once everything’s connected the computers function like one big multi-monitor setup. You can move the mouse between screens, drag files, and even do a simultaneous login/shut off.
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