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Because of limited space I would like to find a way to use two towers with one monitor. Only one will be used to surf. The other is for Photoshop. Is this possible?
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You can use what is known as a KVM Switch... this will allow you to have two computers sharing one monitor and keyboard and mouse.

I'd recommend this Belkin
great resolution, all the cables included, and fairly cheap, too.
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