Oh this is a happy day for me.
For years I’ve found one screen, no matter how big, to be restrictive. I like a lot of space when working, so I run dual monitors with Extended Desktop. This allows you to use two screens with one computer and drag files between them. Often I work with as many as 30 applications so it’s helpful to, for example, shoot a Camtasia Video recording on one screen while reading notes on another unrecorded screen.
But if you’re like me and use multiple PCs for different projects, you will love Mouse Without Borders. It allows you to treat your two PCs like one computer, controlling each with the same keyboard and mouse.
You can read more about the project at TechNet’s blog.
As I write this, I’m out and about at my favourite cafe, so I haven’t been able to test the software yet. But I’ve downloaded it and plan to keep you posted on how it goes!
Download your own copy of MouseWithoutBorders for free here and test it with your own computers.