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How to Use the Same Keyboard and Mouse With 3 or More PCs at Once

Controlling multiple PCs at once is a lot more functional when using Mouse without Borders. Created as a free utility software for the masses, this program allows you to control up to four PCs with a single keyboard and mouse, simplifying the process of typing with no physical hassle. It's also great at copying text and sharing small files between your PCs.

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1. Download Microsoft Garage from here and begin the software installation on your computer.

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2. Click the Privacy button on the “Welcome To Mouse Without Borders” pop-up.

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3. Read Microsoft’s Privacy Statement.

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4. Click Next on the “Welcome To Mouse Without Borders” pop-up if you are ok with Microsoft’s Privacy Statement.

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5. Read Microsoft’s License Terms. If you are ok with these terms, select the checkbox “I accept the terms of this agreement”.

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6. Click the Install button.

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7. Click Yes to verify you want to allow this app to make changes to your device.

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8. Click the Finish button when prompted.

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9. If you’re ok with this app making changes to your device, click the Yes button.

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10. Click No on the pop-up, “Let’s get started”.

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11. Write down the “SECURITY CODE” and “THIS COMPUTER’S NAME”.

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12. Repeat these steps on your second PC until asked: “Have you already installed Mouse without Borders on another computer?”.

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13. Click Yes.

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14. Input the security code and computer’s name you wrote down earlier.

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15. Click the Link button.

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16. Click Next.

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17. Click Done.

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18. Install Mouse without Borders on the third PC using the steps from above. When asked “Have you already installed Mouse without Borders on another computer?”, click Yes.

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19. On the PC with the Machine Setup window, click the third checkbox.

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20. Input the name of the third PC.

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21. Click Apply

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  • popatim
    KVM
    Match the keybd, mouse, & video connector type that you have to work with the KVM.

    or you could use screen sharing software like Remote Desktop or VNC to work the other pc's from 1 pc.
    Reply
  • Drendar
    So, it's a less functional, cheap copy of Synergy, except it only works for Windows?

    Got it.
    Reply
  • USAFRet
    Or, Logitech Flow
    https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/options/page/flow-multi-device-control
    Reply
  • kyds3k
    Drendar said:
    So, it's a less functional, cheap copy of Synergy, except it only works for Windows?

    Got it.
    my thoughts exactly!
    Reply