KVM is an acronym for Keyboard, Video (monitor) and Mouse, which is sometimes also called a PC switch or an Electronic switch. A KVM switch however, is quite different when compared to a conventional data switch. The main function of a KVM switch is to control, switch and manage many PCs via a single keyboard, monitor and mouse. When a typical PC is starting up, the operating system will automatically try to detect the signals of the keyboard and mouse. After confirmation of connectivity, the screen then displays the start up page. As a result, the start-up operations of a single PC (CPU/Server) are intricately involved with that of its keyboard and mouse.