Setting up multiple monitors in Windows 10 is a relatively simple process. Before you can begin, you should make sure that all of your monitors are connected to your computer and powered on. If they are, then you’re ready to get started.
1. Right-click anywhere on your desktop and select “Display Settings.”
2. In the display settings, you’ll find a section called “Multiple Displays.” Here, you can select which monitors will be used and how they’ll be configured.
3. You can select either “Extend these displays,” which will allow you to use both of your monitors as a single, larger display, or “Duplicate these displays” which will mirror your main monitor onto the second one.
4. Once you’ve made your selection, you can choose which screen will be your main display by clicking the “Make this my main display” button below the monitor icons.
5. After you’ve chosen your display setting, you can adjust the resolution for each monitor by clicking the “Resolution” drop-down menu beneath each monitor icon.
6. You can also change the orientation of the monitors with the “Orientation” drop-down menu.
7. When you’re finished configuring your setup, click “Apply” to save your changes. Your new display settings will take effect immediately.
• You can also change the placement of the monitors relative to each other by dragging the monitor icons around on the screen. This is useful if you have your monitors placed in an odd-shaped configuration and you need to move one of them.
• To make the most out of your multi-monitor setup, you should try using some Windows 10 specific features such as Snap Assist. This allows you to quickly snap windows to different halves of the screen, making multitasking much easier.
• You can also enable “Multi-Monitor Taskbar” in the Taskbar & Navigation settings. This will place a taskbar on each monitor, allowing you to switch between apps on different screens quickly and easily.
With these steps, you can easily set up multiple monitors in Windows 10, giving you much more space to work with as you get things done. Enjoy your expanded desktop!