How To Use 1 Mouse & Keyboard On Multiple Computers

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I have a laptop and a desktop computer. Both devices have their specified use cases and in order to make my workflow feel more fluid and seamless, I needed a way to utilize one keyboard and mouse on both computers.

There were many different ways I could have done this, but the best solution that I was able to find was to use a program that Microsoft created called Microsoft

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Bachelor’s in Computer Science, Web Developer, and writes about his hobbies and passions.

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Dequan E. Medina

Dequan E. Medina

Bachelor’s in Computer Science, Web Developer, and writes about his hobbies and passions.

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