N/APosted on - 10/03/2011
My question is:
How can I split my PC in order to use two sets of monitors, mice and keyboards from the same hardware. I've seen this being done at my school and they are using some sort of Hubs that branch out of the main housing of the computer.
They are using up to 4 hubs from each PC housing. And all hubs use different logons and essentially act as separate computers, they only share hardware.
Is this possible and if so how do I do it?
How can I split my hardware in two monitor,mice and keyboards
First of all: What you've seen at school is not what you probably have at home. In order to run multi user on one hardware you need hardware that support that. Which means you'll have one motherboard but a lot better than the ones we use at home. This motherboard has more Graphic card slots, more processors more than one RAM memory more Keyboard and Mice ports and alot more USB ports. So if you have that hardware at home then you'll be able to set your hardware act like multisystem. If not, sorry but it's impossible.