There's a virus outside, and we all gotta stay home. Some of us are fortunate enough to be able to work from home, and - as this looks like it'll be a long-term thing - that means trying to create a comfortable working environment in your very non-work space. Part of it is figuring out scheduling, setting boundaries between work vs. personal time, all that, but another
part of it is just physical, setting up your desk and chair and tech to make your life easier.
Tell me, fellow forumers, what have you done to your computer desk to make your WFHing more comfortable?
For selfish reasons, I'm especially curious to hear about any kind of KVM switches (or similar) that folks are using. Programming on just my laptop screen (when I'm used to at least two screens) feels like having one-and-a-half hands tied behind my back, and it's very tedious to have to push my home keyboard aside to plop the work laptop in place (and do the reverse in the evening, hahaha who am I kidding WFH means working at all hours of the day). I'd really love a way to share my two monitors, mouse, keyboard, and speakers between my home desktop and my work laptop, but it seems like KVM switches fall into two categories: (1) cheap but ancient, using VGA connectors for video, or (2) modern, but costing hundreds of dollars. Do any of you folks have some KVM solution you'd recommend?