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Can two users simultaneously share one pc

I have a Intel Core i3 laptop, a set of extra monitor, mouse and keyboard, and what I want is to be able to support two independent users, one directly on laptop and one using the extra monitor, mouse and keyboard. I guess this is possible, But how?

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marked as duplicate by RedGrittyBrick, Simon Sheehan, Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, Nifle, studiohack Dec 22 '11 at 23:09

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That is not possible with normal Windows versions (Terminal Server would be something else) on a direct way.

It may be possible by using a virtual machine with dedicated mouse and keyboard, directly passed through to it. Of course, in that case you need enough computing power and a second operating system on the VM.

The X Windows System used by unix-based operating systems may support this, but I am not familiar with unix-based OS.

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