Some would love to have their own website but have no idea on where to start, or feel the information is not detailed enough to allow them to create it independently. I will try to make this post short but sweet enough to help anyone get started with a site in a very short amount of time. If you want definitions and a good understanding of the working parts this will not cut it, however this will get you up and running for now and you can learn more later.
I have always had a rough time swapping between keyboards for my laptop and desktop until now. Thanks to Input Director (http://www.inputdirector.com/) I can use one keyboard and one mouse to control both. No extra Hardware needed! The mouse will scroll through all three of my monitors and I really love the cursor wraparound feature. Ok enough with the infomercial check it out for your self if you are interested! It’s FREE!
Input Director is a Windows application that lets you control multiple Windows systems using the keyboard/mouse attached to one computer. It is designed for folks who have two (or more) computers set up at home and find themselves regularly sliding from one system to the other (and wearing out the carpet in the process!). With Input Director, you can share a single keyboard/mouse across a set of systems. You switch which system receives the input either by hotkey or by moving the cursor so that it transitions from one screen to the other (in a very similar fashion to a multi-monitor setup). The idea being that you can position the monitors from two or more systems in a row and use a shared keyboard/mouse to control all of them.
Input Director also supports a “shared” clipboard, in which you can copy data onto the clipboard on one system, transition across to another and paste.
Input Director requires Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4), Windows XP (Service Pack 2), Windows 2003 or Windows Vista. The systems must be networked.