A portable app that provides a quick means of sharing your mouse and keyboard with multiple other computers equipped with more than one monitor
|Updated||May 14 2019|
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|Crack Size||4 MB|
|Systems||Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2008, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
It is for good reason that educational and professional institutions put a lot of emphasis on collaborative work since, if all goes according to plan, it should guarantee high efficiency and overall more valuable results.
ShareMouse Portable is a software utility that used this very principle as a starting point, letting you share your mouse and keyboard with multiple computers on a particular LAN, with a host of configurations ensuring a smooth transition and increased productivity.
As made obvious by the app’s very name, we are dealing with a portable tool, which means no installation is required, so you just need to run its executable in order to enjoy all the benefits the program provides you with.
It should be mentioned that the program hides in the systray, so you need to click its icon there in order to start fiddling with all the tweaks it can apply.
To be more specific, what the app can do is ensure your mouse can move from one monitor to another without encountering any issues or requiring any sort of user input in the process. You simply need to inspect the client list and manually add the IP and TCP port of the PCs you want to control, then start sharing your resources.
And while this may not seem like a considerable improvement over Windows’ capabilities, it actually is, since ShareMouse comes with a series of extra configurations that are quite easy to handle.
Turning to the “Preferences” section should allow you to drag and drop files and folders from one computer to another, synchronize the clipboard, and even customize the remote paste hotkey.
What’s more, syncing remote events is an option, which means you can carry out various tasks simultaneously. You can shut down or lock PCs at the same time and even harmonize the screensaver for further consistency.
Aside from that, equalizing monitor dimensions, wrapping the mouse pointer around monitors, and restricting mouse and keyboard switch in a series of particular scenarios should raise no difficulty at all.
As for the behavior of inactive computers, it is worth pointing out that the application can dim their monitors to a degree that you can indicate, and once your work is done and want to end the connection, you can resort to the ESC key pressed a user-indicated number of times.
On an ending note, Share Mouse Portable is a sleek application helping you share your mouse and keyboard with an unlimited number of computers or even Mac devices. The program is responsive, easy to configure, and the enhancements it brings to your routine are quite notable, so we strongly encourage to give it a shot.
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