Multiplicity 3.01 for Windows

by Stardock Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (22 votes)

File Details

File Size 9.4 MB
License Shareware, $29.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,965
Publisher Stardock Corp.
Homepage Multiplicity

Publisher's Description

Multiplicity lets you control multiple computers with a single keyboard and mouse. Each monitor is connected to its own PC. When the user moves the mouse over to a given monitor, the user is then controlling that PC. It's ideal for power users, engineers, graphics designers, gamers, or anyone else who has ever seen the benefit of multiple monitors but wants the full power of multiple computers working seamlessly together.

Latest Reviews

dkratter

dkratter reviewed v1.1 on Nov 9, 2006

I have not tried Multiplicity, but I do use Synergy. The one really useful feature the Pro version of this appears to have that Synergy does not [yet] have is the file copying between workstations. I get around this in Synergy by having a shortcut on each desktop to the desktop on the other workstation.

RavenTS

RavenTS reviewed v1.05 on May 24, 2006

When I heard about it, I thought it was great (most importantly for using my PC's mouse and keyboard for my laptop).
I tried it and it worked quite well. But, after I found Synergy, I see no reason to buy Multiplicity...

invispace

invispace reviewed v1.0 on Mar 13, 2005

The software works as advertised. Unfortunately it only works for multiple Windows machines. Synergy is still the best option across multiple platforms.

linkdup

linkdup reviewed v1.0 on Mar 3, 2005

AWESOME... getting ready to purchase as I type.

It's really nice if you have a dual monitor setup but two computers. Can you say power? I've been waiting for something like this for a while.

carstereos

carstereos reviewed v1.0 on Feb 28, 2005

This program failed to perform for me. I punched holes in the hardware router firewall, allowing different port configurations. I disabled all software firewalls. I could not get it to function. There is no FAQ or forum to try to get answers.

deepisland

deepisland reviewed v1.0 on Feb 28, 2005

People need to stop with this "there is a free alternative that's better" nonsense that goes on. Synergy does not compare to this product, and I doubt the "reviewer" below even tried the demo.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (22 votes)
Your Rating
dkratter

dkratter reviewed v1.1 on Nov 9, 2006

I have not tried Multiplicity, but I do use Synergy. The one really useful feature the Pro version of this appears to have that Synergy does not [yet] have is the file copying between workstations. I get around this in Synergy by having a shortcut on each desktop to the desktop on the other workstation.

RavenTS

RavenTS reviewed v1.05 on May 24, 2006

When I heard about it, I thought it was great (most importantly for using my PC's mouse and keyboard for my laptop).
I tried it and it worked quite well. But, after I found Synergy, I see no reason to buy Multiplicity...

invispace

invispace reviewed v1.0 on Mar 13, 2005

The software works as advertised. Unfortunately it only works for multiple Windows machines. Synergy is still the best option across multiple platforms.

linkdup

linkdup reviewed v1.0 on Mar 3, 2005

AWESOME... getting ready to purchase as I type.

It's really nice if you have a dual monitor setup but two computers. Can you say power? I've been waiting for something like this for a while.

carstereos

carstereos reviewed v1.0 on Feb 28, 2005

This program failed to perform for me. I punched holes in the hardware router firewall, allowing different port configurations. I disabled all software firewalls. I could not get it to function. There is no FAQ or forum to try to get answers.

deepisland

deepisland reviewed v1.0 on Feb 28, 2005

People need to stop with this "there is a free alternative that's better" nonsense that goes on. Synergy does not compare to this product, and I doubt the "reviewer" below even tried the demo.

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