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    How efficient is the Multi Monitor setup in Windows 8? Have they introduced something new in this version?

    I am working in a corporate company and during work time I need some multiple monitors to work but am not that happy in the recent Windows version, so how efficient is the Multi Monitor setup in Windows 8? Have they introduced something new in this version?



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    Abhishek Chauhan Array
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    Re: How efficient is the Multi Monitor setup in Windows 8? Have they introduced something new in this version?

    Hi,
    If you are working in a corporate company and you want to separate and distinguish various things with the help of multiple things then Windows 8 is just the Operating System you can use.In windows 8 you can actually make one screen as your primary screen and do all your important work there and can do other stuff like mailing and browsing on the other screen.There are a few new features added by Microsft in the multi monitor function.It was quoted by Microsoft
    “Using multiple monitors is more flexible than ever before. New options allow you to display the Start screen on one monitor and the desktop on the other. Display different desktop backgrounds on each monitor or stretch your image across both. There are also options to have duplicate or unique task bars on each monitor”.
    Hope you are satisfied by my answer.
    -Abhishek

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    belide Array
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    Re: How efficient is the Multi Monitor setup in Windows 8? Have they introduced something new in this version?

    Friend, one more important feature in Windows 8 is it's Multi Monitor.

    Some of the features of Multi Monitor are:

    1) Back ground can be set based on the Monitor we use. Different back ground shuffles for each Monitor.
    2) To make the Desktop a more Personal Experience.
    3) Task bar normally contains app buttons. So, in Windows 8 app buttons on Task bar are present on the Monitor in which the Application is open.
    4) To improve the efficiency of accessing the apps across many Monitors.
    5) Improve the efficiency of accessing the System UI.
    6) Allowing the side - by - side Metro Style and Desktop apps.

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    Re: How efficient is the Multi Monitor setup in Windows 8? Have they introduced something new in this version?

    The multi monitor usage with the windows 8 may not be much efficient all the times so it is better to use only the single monitor system with the windows 8 features so that you can speedup the performance of the system and also you can enjoy the features of the windows 8 with the single monitor usage.

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    Raajkumar Array
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    Re: How efficient is the Multi Monitor setup in Windows 8? Have they introduced something new in this version?

    Considering the wide range of environments like share market and software development in mind.
    Windows has done a great job in connecting the multiple monitors to the single CPU.
    You can place each program in separate monitor and also customize the desktops.
    The performance may go down because of the multiple monitors and also burdens the graphic card.
    you can have multiple monitors connected to form a single monitor, like a large tv also.

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