Many notebook users in the use of that is complaining about the screen too little, especially to do the demo is more inconvenient, so it is necessary to add a second screen for the device. But adding a second screen is not a plug in, so this issue of "Win8 encyclopedia" will describe how to set up an extended display.
First, right-click the desktop and select screen resolution to open the screen resolution window. This is if we can see a "multiple monitor" item with an external monitor, and the display can be set in the dropdown bar.
Enter from screen resolution
"Copy these displays" is the same as the main screen on the second screen, "Extended these display" is a mosaic of the main screen to display more content, "Only 1 on the desktop" and "only on the 2 display desktop" is only on one screen display. These are all you can try.
Set Display content
In fact, there is a way to set up multiple screens, this way more intuitive. Bring up charm Bar in the lower right corner of your mouse screen and select devices, and the option "second screen" will appear if you have an external monitor attached.
Access from Charm Bar's device
Then click on the "second screen" can be several options, the same is "computer screen", "Copy", "extension" and "only the second screen", but this time with the icon hint, can see what effect.
More intuitive display options
The above is the entire content of this issue of "Win8 encyclopedia", in fact, it is also very simple, isn't it? As long as such a few steps can make our small notebook screen connected to the big screen, especially the WIN8 mosaic support, you can have multiple screens display a huge desktop.
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