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How bad is running a mac mini with wired mouse/KB?

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How bad is running a mac mini with a mouse and Key board.   And a monitor?

 

I have tried 2 VNC apps.  I cant get any of them to work.  I have never in my life been able to get an apple app not to work.  But I guess I met my match!!

 

The companies that make these apps have poor help sections.    

 

AM I just that dumb today??

Musicguy

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59 minutes ago, musicguy said:

How bad is running a mac mini with a mouse and Key board.   And a monitor?

I do it without any issues but I use BootCamp/Win. 😄


Kal Rubinson

Music in the Round

Senior Contributing Editor, Stereophile

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I use VNC and it works like a charm! :)

P.S. It should be pretty bad although I've never tried!


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Why would using a keyboard and mouse be bad? I assume you think it has something to do with audio, extra processes or something? For years I’ve run Roon Core on a Mac Mini set up like any normal computer and if it’s doing anything negative to the sound I’m not aware of it. 

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