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Dec
2008

How to install multiple mice (mouse) and keyboards on the same computer

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Well, working together is a great thing, above all if you have different computers where different users can do different things in a collaborative way. That’s nice! But just picture this image in your mind: you are in a conference and there are different people who need to show, on the same desktop, different things about the same project. I know what you are thinking about: “What a mess!”. Basically these people need to show, by using different mice and keyboards on a single PC, different parts of the same project and interact among themselves. A similar situation, but on a much lighter level, can also happen when you play on a multiplayer game on the same computer. Wouldn’t be nice to play with two or three different mice and keyboards? Let’s see how we can do this thanks to a little free software!

TeamPlayer is an easy, free software which lets you connect two or more mice and keyboards to the same computer. Does it look tricky to understand? Here are the easy steps to make you achieve this amazing result.

  1. Plug-in your spare mouse and keyboard to your computer.
  2. Install TeamPlayer on your PC.
  3. Take control of your mice right away.
  4. That’s it!

TeamPlayer comes in two licences. The first one is a commercial licence you have to pay for. The second one is a private licence which is completely for free, but with just one limitation: you can not connect more than 3 users.

If you want to know more, click here. If you want to download the free licence software, click here.




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