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Nov 23, 2021



If you really need the functionality of flow, take a look at barrier: https://github.com/debauchee/barrier

no chromeos support as well, but at least it's working usually.

Tom Foster

Why on earth? It's easy to network any number of computers together, then the whole file structure of all of them can be acessed in Explorer, provided they (or the ones you currently need ) are interconnected by ethernet and/or wifi via a router e.g. the same router as your broadband comes through.

Ralph Grabowski

I use workarounds like multi-computer mice and pCloud (a kind of Dropbox) to get around the problem that I have never been able to access our office computers through the network. Here, Windows fails me.

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