Free, open-source KVM software for sharing mouse and keyboard between multiple PCs
Barrier is a US software consultant Povilas Kanapickas The open-source KVM software developed by Mr. Kobayashi allows you to operate multiple computers with a single mouse and keyboard. Synergy A fork that utilizes the open source core of .
Version 2 Currently
OS: Windows 7/8/10/11 (64-bit only)
For macOS and Linux see the official FAQ See.
Where to get the software
Barrier's installer does not contain adware or spyware.
1 unit serverTo multiple client Therefore, if the server is not running, the client cannot operate, and the server cannot operate the server.
From the download page Lastest is in the version of BarrierSetup-2.4.0-release.exe Click to download.
Launch the downloaded installer, and when the User Account Control dialog is displayed, click "Yes" to allow it.
If there is no problem with the license agreement I accept the agreement Check the box and click "Next".
If you are not particular about the installation destination, the default setting is "Next".
If you want to create a desktop shortcut, check it and click "Next".
Now that the installation is ready, run it with "Install".
Click "Finish" to close the setup wizard and start Barrier.
Since Barrier is localized Language From the list of Japanese Select "Next".
Since the server is set up first, Server (sharing this computer's keyboard and mouse) Check "Finish"
Barrier is Apple's device connectivity program Hi Automatic connection is possible usingHi If is not installed, a dialog will be displayed, so install with "Yes".
When the User Account Control dialog is displayed, click "Yes" to allow.
"Allow access" if Windows Defender blocked the communication.
After Barrier starts, install Barrier on all computers operated from the server client Install as
Install it in the same way as the server Client (using another computer's mouse and keyboard) choose.
Bonjour will detect the server and connect automatically.
When the server detects the client, a dialog will appear. Click the position of the client as seen from the server (center).
A connection is established between the server and the client.
If automatic connection fails
For Bonjour, enter the IP address of the server if the client does not autodetect the server.
Check the IP address on the server's Barrier.
on the client's Barrier Automatic configuration Uncheck Server IP Enter the IP address of the server in .
If the cursor does not move
Disable SSL if the server and client can connect, but the mouse cursor does not move from the server to the client.
On the menu bar Barrier から logSelect Show.
On the menu bar Barrier から Change settings choose.
network Of Use SSL Uncheck.
'Stop' and then 'Start' the Barrier.
Barrier has autostart disabled by default, so enable autostart if you want to use it all the time.
Configuration Open General Of Start Barrier at boot To enable.
Set alignment on the server if you want the cursor to move from client to client instead of up, down, left, and right from the server.
For automatic connection, click "Advanced" in the dialog.
To change the placement, open Barrier and select "Server configuration settings".
Change the placement by dragging.
How to use Barrier
If auto-start is enabled, it will run in the background, so no operation is required after setting.
The mouse shared by Barrier can move freely between PCs as if it were a multi-display, and the PC where the mouse cursor is displayed becomes the active PC. to
Clipboard sharing is paid Stardock Multiplicity KVM is stable.
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