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The third version of Stardock's Multiplicity software program has been released as the debut product for EdgeRunner, a new online store that will help to co-develop future products.
Multiplicity 2.0 has been released and gives users the ability to control multiple PCs with just one keyboard and mouse.
For users that run multiple computers, Multiplicity 2 is an application that gives those users the ability to control and switch between them using use one keyboard and mouse. This lets users eliminate extra keyboard/mouse...
The v1.24 update has been released for Multiplicity and Multiplicity Pro. Multiplicity is an application that allows users to control several PC’s with only one mouse/keyboard without the need for additional hardware. Multiplicity...
Multiplicity is a program for Windows XP/2000 that allows users to multiply their computing power by connecting multiple computers in an office together as a single computing platform. It does this by establishing a...
Stardock has released Multiplicity 1.01. Multiplicity is a program that enables users to take multiple computers in their office and put them together to use as a single computing platform. ...
Software developer Stardock released Multiplicity today. Multiplicity is a program that enables users to control multiple local computers with a single keyboard and mouse. Multiplicity works by having a primary computer...
Software developer Stardock has announced a new program this week, Multiplicity. This program enables users to work with multiple computers as if they were a single unit. It functions similarly to a multi-monitor setup except...