Alternatives to MaxiVista for all platforms with any license





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    spacedesk is a windows network display monitor software that expands the Windows desktop computer screen to other computers over the...

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    Duet Display

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    Turn your iPad/iPhone or Android tablet or smartphone into a convenient side monitor for your Windows or Mac desktop. iDisplay is a...

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    Air Display

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    DisplayPad is a cutting edge app that allows you to use your iPhone as a second display for your Mac. You can extend your desktop with...

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MaxiVista Comments

Does not support Windows 8/10

Negative Comment by mrudat
about MaxiVista Aug 2015

At the time of this post, when I checked the developer's website, the app does not support Windows 8/10, and the developers stated that they have no intention of updating the software to do so.


Crapwear, pretends to be free until use it for a while the paywall

Negative Comment by funvill
about MaxiVista and ShareMouse Oct 2013

This is crapwear. An application that pretends to be free until you get it fully installed, working and use to it. Then it disables its self and gives you a pay wall. Nowhere on its site before this post did it mention a price tag.



I tried Synergy+ at first, but it's so temperamental that I ...

Comment by Maksym
about MaxiVista Jun 2011

I tried Synergy+ at first, but it's so temperamental that I had to find an alternative. (paid or not) I've set this up on Windows 7 64 Desktop as server and a Windows 7 x86 laptop as client. It's working perfectly and albeit I'm currently only using the demo, there's good chance I'll be upgrading very soon. Highly recommended (over Synergy if you don't want the hassle).