In my Running Windows 10 on Linux using KVM with VGA Passthrough tutorial I introduced different options for using the keyboard and mouse with the Linux host and the Windows VM. Running a virtualized Windows VM means running two separate systems – the Linux host and the Windows VM – both of which require input and output devices. Continue reading “Virtualization Hardware Accessories”
I’m the type of person who is learning things the hard way. This is also true for the purchase of computer equipment and peripherals. I cannot even recall how many times I have replaced my computer mouse and keyboard in the last decade.
One should think that a mouse or a computer keyboard aren’t exactly rocket science – well they aren’t! Yet many popular mice or keyboards are either bad by design, or fall to pieces within a relatively short time.
Below is a list of things you should be checking when purchasing a computer mouse or keyboard. It is based on my personal experience – your experiences may be different, though. Continue reading “Keyboards and Mice”