I have a windows PC with dual monitors. I also have a MAC mini, only has thunderbolt ports, it's the newest mac mini and I want to be able to get a kvm switch that I can run both computers at the same time with a push of a button. My PC has a unique video vard where I think it's dual layer DVI that branches out to 2 individual DVI ports.
My PC's resolution is 1920x1200 and I don't know what my mac mini resolution is, but probably the same.
I will probably need some converters from thunderbolt to DVI and for the MAC mini, I wonder if there's a cable that goes from thunderbolt to 2 DVI (Y) cable?
An alternative to using a KVM switch would be to use one computer to remotely control the other. If your PC system supports RDC, you can control it from the Mac using either the Microsoft Remote Desktop
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