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KMremoteControl 1.20
Sep 24, 2003 03:51PM
Contributed by:
http://www.derman.com/
Download: 2.8 MB Download Form

KMremoteControl - the program that lets you use one system's keyboard/mouse to operate all the PCs and Macs on your desk.

KMremoteControl: the cross-platform program that lets you use one system's keyboard/mouse to operate all the PCs and Macs on your desk:

- use your favorite keyboard/mouse for all your work

- recover your desk space ... hide the extra keyboards, mice and mouse pads

- control all your PCs and Macs via your favorite Mac or PC

- avoid buying that KVM switch (for systems on your desk)

- great for laptop users

- use with ClipCommControl to synchronize Clipboards (Mac only)

Version 1.20 adds the following:

- ability to maintain a collection of keystroke substitutions that cause a keystroke on the controlling system to be sent as a specified keystroke to the controlled system

- an option to keep KMremoteControl in front, when remote controlling, to allow full use of application switcher and other hotkeys

- an option to support a single-button mouse by sending a right-click instead of a control-click when controlling a PC/Windows system

- significantly reduced launch/startup time

KMremoteControl requires Mac OS X 10.2 or newer or Windows 2000/XP. It can be downloaded via http://www.derman.com/ and operates in trial mode until a license is purchased ($19.95 USD for a 2-license Starter Pak).


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