ShareMouse lets you share your mouse and keyboard with multiple networked computers. Just move the mouse pointer to the computer you wish to control. When you reach the border of the monitor, the mouse cursor magically jumps to the neighboring monitor and you can then control that computer.
Reviewing 3.0.52 (Sep 18, 2016)
Mouse without Borders is better - a Microsoft product - and free www.microsoft.com/en-us/...d/details.aspx?id=35460
...but this program works well - so I'm still going to give it a 3 - but no way I would every pay for this thing.
Reviewing 3.0.36 (Feb 10, 2016)
This is OK, but I prefer Mouse Without Borders, which is 100% free and doesn't try to get you to purchase a paid version.
Reviewing 1.0.90 (May 28, 2012)
Very goog idea!
Reviewing 1.0.58 Beta (Nov 18, 2011)
I tried Synergy but found it had some minor problems. I went back to my KVM. Mouseshare appears to work great, no problem so far. I am using one monitor and two computers. One input is on HDMI and the other is DVI. Push the button on the LCD to change, perfect. Nice peice of software.
Running Win7 64 bit.
There is one problem over running a KVM. My primary Sytem has the Mouse and KB plugged into it. When both systems are running all works perfectly. If I want to start the secondary system by itself, of course the share does not work. That is where a KVM comes in, each share is independent via the KVM button.
Reviewing 1.0.58 Beta (Nov 17, 2011)
It is very good, but it has one major drawback over Synergy, no linux version, so that makes it useless to me. I have no issues with synergy and I can move from linux to windows. I have no doubt this will get better with time.
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