Our team here at Userful is very focused on creating the best Linux-based multiseat software in the world. We've spent over a decade in product refinement, listening to the needs of our customers in more than 100 countries. Sometimes we partner with other great companies to bring considerable benefit to our customers. This week, we're proud to announce our software/hardware partnership with award-winning company, DisplayLink. More about our partnership can be read in this press release.
To celebrate, we're offering all existing DisplayLink technology-enabled USB docking station customers a free two user version of Userful MultiSeat Linux 2011 software. The software can be installed as a dual boot, enabling customers to use it without overwriting their existing Windows system. More information about the promotion can be obtained from here.
It's really easy to make a Universal USB Docking Station with DisplayLink USB virtual graphics inside into an additional computer station. All you need to do is use a dock, keyboard, monitor and mouse with an existing notebook, netbook or PC and the Userful MultiSeat Linux 2011 software and you can share your computer with someone else. Both computers will work independently -- to the users it will feel like they each have their own dedicated computer. Very handy if you want to share your computer at home or on the road!
We've been listening to the needs of teachers and administrators around the world about how to improve their classroom computing experience. Today, we are proud to release a Beta version of Userful MultiSeat Linux 2011, which turns 1 Linux computer into 10 high performance, independent workstations. It also includes hundreds of free educational software applications, as well as a suite of tools for managing classroom computers. Some cool things about the software, aside from being our same low cost education pricing ($59 per seat), is that it's completely plug and play, the software is one click install, and you can set up the system in about 30 minutes!
Read more about the Beta release here:
The Linux Alternative To Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 Goes Into Beta
See how our product compares to Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 here: