Computers last for ages these days. Unlike you're a die-hard gamer, even a three year old PC (or Mac) is going to suffice for the majority of your computing-related work. For this reason, we don't need to get rid of our old machine if we consider upgrading to the latest model. We might as well keep it and use it as a home server, media storage, web server or for backup purposes. However, you probably won't want to assign a monitor to the machine and certainly won't need a keyboard and mouse hanging off the ports, when you barely use the old computer.
Input Director 22.214.171.124 is a free keyboard and mouse sharing tool that will enable you to use one mouse and keyboard across multiple computers. So, if you only need the occasional access to the old PC, you can use the keyboard and mouse connected to your primary machine, for access.
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