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We'll ned to know a bit more to be sure but I don't think so. I think it is possible with some iMacs but for other models the video port on the iMac is for video output not input. Using a 27-inch iMac (Late 2009 or Mid 2010) as an external display

The only way I can think to do what you want would be through software. Essentially the software lets one computer use another computer on the network as a second display. I am not sure which Windows program is good for this though. Others will have to chime in on that front. Depending upon the seed of your network there can be some lag.

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