Short for Keyboard, Video, and Mouse switch, a KVM switch is a hardware device that enables a user to share a single keyboard, mouse, and monitor between multiple computers. KVM switches make for a much cleaner environment and enables someone who needs access to multiple computers, but not all at the same time, to have an easy solution.
In addition to a KVM switch, a user will need additional cables for each computer he or she wishes to connect to the KVM switch; these are usually a separate purchase from the main KVM switch. To setup the KVM switch the user connects a single keyboard, mouse, and monitor to the KVM switch and then uses the extra cables to connect each of the computers also to the KVM switch.
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