Enquiry About Dual Screen Notebooks

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What are Dual Screen Notebooks ? Can I use them for working at home ? Details will be great.

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Dual screen notebooks are Notebooks with two displays. The main advantage is that you’ve got more space for work. The desktop will be less crowded and enable smooth and confusion free operation on multiple files/Software at once. 
For this purpose special graphic cards are needed. VTBook is a such graphics card and is compatible with various operations systems and is easy to setup
There are also 3 notebook display and multiple notebook display workstations which can provide even more space for all your programs/files in the screen.
Displays of any size and any kind can be connected as per the user requirements
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Setting up a dual monitor on your computer is like extending your desktop space or in fact, doubling it. The only thing you need to setup your machine for dual monitor is an extra monitor with a monitor cable of course and an available VGA port on your CPU. If you are using Microsoft Windows XP, you need to enable the DualView functionality.

To enable DualView in Windows XP, follow these steps:

  • From your desktop, do a right-click on any blank area then select Properties.
  • From the Display Properties window, select Settings tab.
  • Select Display Monitor and then the option “Extend my Windows desktop onto the monitor”.

After doing these, connect the second monitor to the power outlet, turn it on, and then connect it to the VGA port. Your computer should be able to automatically detect the second monitor and apply the proper display settings for the monitor. And also there are times you may need to restart your machine for the changes to take effect.

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