KVM Switch

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Stands for “Kernel-based Virtual Machine” a KVM switch is a hardware device that enables a user to share one keyboard, mouse, and screen between multiple computers.

KVM switches empowers someone who wants access to multiple computers, but not all at exactly the same time, to have a simple option and result in a considerably cleaner environment.

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The hard disk was invented on September 13, 1956 by IBM team led by Rey Johnson (considered as “father” of the disk drive). Earlier hard disk drives were large and cumbersome devices.