How to install and configure multiple monitors in Windows 10: - One of the most amazing tricks you can do with Windows is to move an open window from one monitor to a different one by simply dragging and dropping it with the mouse. If possible. By setting up multiple monitors on the Windows operating system, you can expand your workspace across multiple displays. Indeed, it is something, isn't it? First, get the correct hardware connections. Then follow the steps below to free your system from the prison life of a monitor. To enjoy!
Here's what a dual-monitor Windows 10 setup would look like:
Make sure all your monitors are connected properly. Check power, audio, display ports, etc. And if you are unsure how to make the correct connections, you can refer to the on-screen manual to set it up. Once everything is set up with connections, boot into Windows 10 to make some OS-level changes.
How to switch between display modes
There are 4 display modes in Windows 10. They are PC screen, mirror, extension only Y Second screen only. You can refer to the screenshot below to get an idea of what each of these options does. Since we have to extend our screen to a dual monitor, we have to choose the option Zoom in.
How to configure the display settings
- Right-click on an empty space on the Windows desktop (from the monitor you want to use as the primary monitor). In the context menu that appears, find and click on the option called Screen settings.
- il settings the window will open. Click the link that says Identity to display the numbers on the corresponding screens. You can find a drop-down menu called Multiple Screens. You will have options Duplicate these screens, expand these screens, show only 1 Y Show only in 2. What you need to select is Spread these screens. Since you want this particular monitor to be set as the primary monitor, you can check the box corresponding to the option Make this my home screen.
- Now, if you want to change the orientation of your screen, you can use the drop-down menu associated with the file Orientation option.
- Also, if you want Resize text, apps and other elements, you can drag the corresponding slider as shown in the following screenshot. When finished, press the button To apply for your changes to take over. You can also configure settings for other monitors in the same way.
How to hide the taskbar on extended monitors
- Right-click on an empty space on the taskbar and select the file settings option.
- Under the taskbar settings, find the toggle button for the option Show the taskbar on all monitors and turn it off. That is. Now you won't see the taskbar on any of your extended monitors.
Set up multiple monitors on Windows to expand your workspace today. Leave suggestions / comments in the comments section below. Hope you found the article useful.