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How one mouse can control multiple PCs with Microsoft’s Mouse Without Borders app

Microsoft’s Mouse without Borders app is an unsung productivity tool whose ability to let a mouse and keyboard hop from one Windows device to the next is worth checking out. It unlocks a versatility similar to that of Logitech’s Flow, but for far, far cheaper—because it’s free to use with any Windows device.

Mouse without Borders originally launched in 2011, long before Logitech debuted Flow. The app resurfaced recently as part of Microsoft’s inaugural Microsoft Garage Wall of, a celebration of smaller apps developed within Microsoft. You should try it out.

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