Extend the computer screen on the display of other stations in the network using this application that features remote control capabilities
|Updated||May 12th 2014|
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|Crack Size||5.1 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit|
MaxiVista has been created as a simple tool that enables users to work with multiple computers using a single keyboard and mouse. It is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.
Among the most representative features of the application there is support for extended screen mode, which is designed to expand the desktop of the primary system on up to three additional computers.
Also, the program can be used to control the systems remotely, offering clipboard synchronization capabilities that permits sharing the clipboard content with the other stations.
Moreover, the functionality of the application includes the possibility to duplicate the contents of a computer screen on a different one. All these feats are accomplished with computers that are in the same local area network.
Configuring the application includes options that can improve the overall performance of the setup by making file transfer adjustments regarding the packet size and the compression of the data in order to control the amount of bandwidth used.
There is also the possibility to define hotkeys for various actions; the list includes enabling and disabling clipboard synchronization, copying the content from a remote clipboard or sending the Alt+Ctrl+Delete command to the remote machine.
Working with the application is not a difficult task; from the icon in the system tray area the user can easily choose to activate the extended screen or the remote control feature as well as the configuration panel.
MaxiVista Crack targets a clear segment of users and provides the necessary flexibility to fit multiple scenarios, not just the one involving remote computer control.
It is easy to use and configure, but it may not work on the latest operating systems so checking the list of supported OSs would be a good idea before planning to use it.
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