ISDN-Monitor 4.5.4 ISDN lines became generally accepted for two reasons as the standard for fixed line connections. First of all, you can use the telephone and internet at once. Secondly - and not insignificantly - it allows caller ID.
Actual Multiple Monitors - more control over multi-monitor configurations Everyone using a multi-monitor configuration at home or at work knows how difficult it often gets to manage all the screens and efficiently work with all of them at the same time. As a rule, users of such exotic configurations find standard Windows display controls insufficiently intuitive and lacking essential functions. If your job requires you to use multiple monitors and you still haven’t found an adequate
CapiDog - a handy tool for ISDN line monitoring ISDN, a late 80’s set of communication standards for multi-purpose digital networks, is still used in a number of organizations across the world and is especially popular in some European countries, such as Germany, where the number of active subscriber lines is over 25 million. Since ISDN is often used by businesses as an affordable solution offering a combination of Internet connectivity and digital