KaVoom! KVM is a powerful improvement
over Microsoft's Remote Desktop if you're serious about
operating all your computers from a single workstation.
KVM Transcends Logons
KaVoom! KVM does not lose its connection when you
log out. You can log out and log back on using a different
user name seamlessly from the primary computer.
Remote Desktop is designed such that when you log out,
your remote session ends. You must create a new connection
to log back on.
If you are a power user operating three or more
computers, you will find KaVoom! KVM unbeatable in terms
of how quick and easy it is to switch from one computer
to another. A single click on the Switch window is all
it takes. Even better, you can assign a hot key to each
KaVoom! KVM keeps the desktop of the secondary computer
visible and functioning normally while you are controlling
it from the primary. This means that you can walk over
to the secondary and continue to operate it from its
local keyboard. System administrators like this design
because they want to monitor and control the secondary
computers as unobtrusively as possible, either locally
Remote Desktop does not permit simultaneous local and
Using KaVoom! KVM, people sitting at different primary
computers can control the same secondary computer. Of
course, it's not very productive to be typing or mousing
at the same time, but it's often useful to be able to
share the computer in a cooperative fashion. KaVoom!
KVM makes this easier by telling you who else is (or
was) using the computer, and how recently they were
active. So even if they walked away without disconnecting,
you can take control of the computer.