Input-director is a Windows application that allows you to control multiple Windows systems with the keyboard / mouse of a computer. It is for people who have two (or more) of the computer at home and are regularly sliding doors from one system to another (and removal of carpets in the process). With the director of admission, you can use a single keyboard / mouse on a number of systems. It puts the system before it is either by the keyboard or by moving the mouse pointer, so that the transitions from one screen to another (very similar to a multi-monitor). The idea is that one monitors the position of two or more systems in a series and use a common keyboard / mouse to control them all. Input
Director also supports a “shared” Clipboard in which you can copy the data stored in a system in transition to another and paste. Director of entry requires Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4), Windows XP (Service Pack 2) or Windows Vista. The systems must be interconnected.