A tool to direct the input of multiple windows systems

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help' started by Shane, May 7, 2007.

  1. Shane

    Shane Guest


    I have written a tool that lets you share the mouse/keyboard (and clipboard)
    across multiple Windows systems and am looking for beta-testers.

    The tool is called "Input Director" and is free for personal use. Its
    designed for those folks that have two (or more) Windows systems setup at
    home. Using Input Director, you can position the monitors of your systems
    side-by-side and then control all of them via one keyboard/mouse. To
    transition which system your controlling can be as simply and moving the
    cursor off the screen on one system - it'll pop up on the next screen
    (similar to a multi-monitor setup) or you can setup a hotkey combo.

    Input Director also lets you share clipboard contents, so you can copy from
    one machine, switch over to another and then paste. This also works for
    files that are in network shared directories.

    If you interested in beta-testing, head over to http://www.inputdirector.com
    and download it. It works on Windows 2000, XP and Vista. The site also has a
    quickstart guide and faq.

    If you know someone who has multiple computers, feel free to pass the web
    address around.


    Shane, May 7, 2007
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  2. Shane

    Clogwog Guest

    Oh! sure, I see to it that you get a lot of guys interested in beta-testing!

    Clogwog, May 7, 2007
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    Summer Guest

    Summer, Jun 17, 2007
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