Free tool to control multiple Windows PC using the keyboard/mouse!

Input Director

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Download Input Director 1.4.3

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  • Latest Version:

    Input Director 1.4.3 LATEST

  • Requirements:

    Windows 7 / Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64

  • User Rating:

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  • Author / Product:

    Shane Richards / Input Director

  • Old Versions:

  • Filename:

    InputDirector.v1.4.3.build129.Setup.exe

  • MD5 Checksum:

    b94199039fc05aa246dd5eecfe4aca89

  • Details:

    Input Director 2020 full offline installer setup for PC 32bit/64bit

Input Director enables the control of multiple Windows systems using the keyboard/mouse attached to one computer! Switch control between systems either by hotkey or by moving the cursor to the screen edge on one computer for it to appear on the next one. It supports a shared clipboard - copy on one computer, switch control, and paste.

Input Director is the free solution to avoid having to switch between the keyboards and mice attached to each computer. Switch control by moving the cursor to the screen edge on one computer and it will appear on the next one. It also supports a shared clipboard - copy on one computer, switch control, and paste. The app is best used when two (or more) computer monitors are sat next to each other on a desk, with the master system's keyboard/mouse positioned below them. (This is a similar arrangement to one computer with multiple monitors).

Features and Highlights

  • Easy to follow installation and usage guides - setup only takes a few minutes
  • Tell the app how your monitors are positioned simply by dragging them to the correct spot on the monitor grid:
  • Multi-monitor support
  • Shared Clipboard - copy and paste between computers (including files!)
  • Compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 2003 and Windows XP(SP3)
  • Only Input Director ensures the cursor remains visible and correct if the mouse is disconnected on a Windows 10 system
  • Transitioning control to another computer is a simple as moving your cursor off the screen on one computer for it to jump to the other
  • Able to control a computer without needing to login to it first
  • Supports Windows fast user switching
  • Compatible with Windows User Account Control pop-ups
  • Simultaneously lock all computers
  • Import/Export the configuration and apply configuration updates from the command line
  • Synchronize screensavers across your computers
  • Synchronize shutdown of your system (or individually configure whether a computer goes to standby, hibernate or shuts down)
  • Wake systems over the network
  • Encrypt network data between InputDirector controlled computers using AES with a 128, 192 or 256bit key
  • Lockdown the configuration so that only System Administrators may make changes
  • Systems can limit which master systems can control them by hostname, IP address or network subnet
  • Ripples surround the cursor for a few seconds after transitioning to help the eye follow the cursor from one computer to another:
  • Can be configured to limit transitions near the corners of computer monitors to avoid accidental slippage between systems
  • Can also set a key (or keys) that must be held down to permit transitions between systems
  • Hotkeys can be set up to switch control to a specific computer or move to the next computer to the left or right
  • Choose to use your mouse (speed, button order) preferences when directing another system
  • Supports different keyboard layouts
  • The keyboard LEDs (Caps Lock, Scroll Lock, and Num Lock) reflect the status of the computer being controlled
  • Mirror input - Broadcast mouse gestures and/or keyboard input to all computers simultaneously
  • Keyboard macros - record a sequence of keystrokes that can then be run by hotkey. Macros can be broadcast to all computers, played on the system being controlled, or tied to a particular computer
  • Key bindings - permanently bind a key to another key on a specified system
  • A semi-transparent information window can be overlaid on any (or all) systems, pointing to the system currently being controlled.
  • With the click of a checkbox, a slave can temporarily be skipped
  • On startup, slave systems will inform the master system when they are available
  • Slave systems inform the master system when they're about to be shut down or rebooted and the master system will automatically skip them when navigating between computers




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