Little left teaches you how to set up multiple displays in Windows 8 to make your screen display flashy.
1. Set up multiple monitors
2. Dual monitor use of key enhancements
3. Connect the Monitor
Some changes have been introduced that will be the computer
Users who connect to multiple monitors provide a better experience.
You can start using multiple monitors from the Windows UI or from the desktop interface.
For the Windows UI:
1. You can invoke Windows charms by sliding the fingers from the right side or moving the mouse cursor to one of the right corners.
2. Select the device.
3. Select a second screen.
4. There are four options: PC screen only (PC screens only), Duplicate ("copy"), Extend ("extended"), and second screens only ("second screen only"). Choose the best option for you.
These options will allow you to configure the screen as follows:
PC screen only (PC screens only)-the second screen is ignored and only the PC's primary display is used.
Duplicate (copy)-The second screen mirrors the primary display.
Extend (Extended)-extends the PC display to span two screens and allows you to have a desktop across two screens or
Use the Windows UI on one screen and use the desktop on another screen.
Second screens only (second screen only)-The primary PC monitor will be disabled and only use the second screen.
For traditional desktop mode: 1. Go to Control Panel and select Show.
2. On the left, select Change display settings.
3. In the Change Display Settings window, click and drag the virtual monitor to mimic your physical settings.
4. Click OK to complete the operation.
Enhanced key features for dual-monitor use
• Corners and edges are active on all monitors
o Browsing through the corner of the mouse screen, or browsing through the touch of the edge of the screen, are the Windows 8 core browsing Experience
Part. It is important to support these corners and edges in the correct way on PCs with multiple monitors. Windows 8 Passes
Make the corners and edges of all attached monitors active to achieve this goal.
o when it comes to Windows UIs and applications, there is no concept of a single primary display. A display on which you access a corner
will be the monitor that displays the interface.
Accessing the Start screen or the previous application from the left corner will always open the UI on the monitor whose corners you access.
This also applies to charms Bar.
• Easily move a Windowsui application to another monitor o you can easily move a Windows UI application to another monitor by grabbing the Windows UI application on the top edge and dragging it from one monitor to another.
If the application is crawled, the application is also crawled on other monitors.
o by using keyboard shortcuts Win+pgup and WIN+PGDN, you can also move a Windows UI application from one monitor to another
Windows UI applications can only be displayed on a single monitor at a time.
• Browsing along the shared edge has improved
O on PCs with multiple displays, one or more screen edges may be shared. For example, two monitors placed next to each other
(where each monitor has the same screen resolution) will share the top and bottom edges of the screen. Because the corners
It is important to browse in Windows 8, so we need to be able to easily click on each corner, but when you can't
This is difficult to achieve when you move the mouse to any corner, as on a single display system.
O To resolve this issue, we created a real corner on the edge of the share so that once the corner is locked, you click on the corner,
Windows will not allow you to accidentally cross corner boundaries. It does this by extending the corners on the shared edge
Therefore, if you move along the edge and click on the corners (within 6 pixels), the mouse will stop. You can think of it as a 6-pixel
The wall expands from the shared corner.
In the screenshot, the red line indicates that you will enter the area of the real corner.
Figure 1: The red corner indicates the position of the real corner
• Now, the taskbar is displayed on all monitors by default
o When multiple monitors are connected, Windows 8 draws the taskbar on each monitor. By default, all taskbar icons
On the main display and on the taskbar of all other monitors
Figure 2: The taskbar is stretched to span each monitor
O You can configure the taskbar in multiple monitors using the taskbar properties.
To configure, follow these steps:
1. Right-click Taskbar 2. Select Properties (Attributes)
3. On the taskbar (taskbar) tab, in multiple displays (multiple displays), make sure that show taskbar in all displays (display the taskbar on all monitors) check box
4. Then click or click OK (OK)
O You can use options to control the taskbar icon displayed on the monitor: all icons on all monitors ("All icons on all monitors"), all icons
On the main taskbar and taskbars on the other displays ("All icons on the main taskbar and on the taskbar of other monitors") will only display icons on the monitor on which the application is running, or only
Displays an icon on the taskbar running 789app.
• Set different backgrounds for each monitor
O You can now set a different background for each monitor. When you select a personalized theme, Windows 8 automatically
Place different desktop backgrounds on each monitor. You can even set the slideshow to show up at all
Loop the picture on the monitor, or select a specific background picture for each monitor.
Figure 3: Different backgrounds on each monitor
o When you right-click an image in the personalization ("personalization") control Panel, you will see an option to control which monitor the background appears on
Figure 4: Setting the background for each monitor
• Multi-monitor Slide show
O people typically have multiple display settings that contain displays of different sizes and/or orientations. Of course
Not all photos look great in portrait and landscape or all screen size and resolution. To resolve this issue, we
The slide show adds logic to select the most appropriate image for each monitor.
Figure 5:windows will automatically select the appropriate size and orientation for the slide show
• Desktop backgrounds across all monitors
O You can now make a single panoramic picture span multiple monitors. In our personalization options for Windows 8
Also included is a new panorama theme.
Figure 6: Desktop background across the monitor
O To set this up, select the panoramic desktop image, and then select Span as the picture position ("across by Image").
Connect the monitor cable from the monitor to the portable or desktop computer.