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Input Director

Input Director
Version: 1.2.2
Platforms: Windows

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Upload Date: 9 Jul 15
Developer: Shane Richards
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 110
File Size: 2401 Kb
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Input Director is designed for those folks that have two (or more) Windows systems set up at home. Using Input Director, position the monitors of your systems side-by-side and then you can control them via one keyboard/mouse. To transition between systems is as simple as moving the cursor off the screen on one system and it'll pop up on the next screen (similar to a multi-monitor setup) or via a hotkey combo. You can also share clipboards.

What is new in this release:

Version 1.2.2 fixes an issue with display resolution changes that could block the cursor from transitioning between systems.

 
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Supported Operating Systems:
Windows 2000 | 
 

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