Today, users of personal computers all the more eager to make your PC a kind of "iron monster". Computers complement the new components, install various peripheral devices, an additional device I / o data, etc. Perhaps, many users have heard that one computer can connect two or more monitors, but not everyone dared to do it with their PC.

What you will need to connect?

To connect to one computer multiple monitors, you need to purchase (if not) a video card that will have two or more outputs. Of course, you will need multiple monitors that are connected to these outputs. It is worth noting that to install on one computer two cards, is highly undesirable. There can be various kinds of issues with compatibility of components and match them so that everything worked perfectly, hard enough.

The connection monitors

After the monitors are connected to the outputs on the graphics card, you can turn on the computer. After that, the user may be a slight problem with the fact that the second monitor is not detected. In order to resolve the looming "threat", go into "control Panel". Here you need to select "Screen" and go to "screen Resolution" and then click "Find". After the second monitor will be connected and synchronized with your computer, you can begin to select the display mode.

Mostly after connecting the second monitor starts working in "mirror" mode. In this mode, the second monitor will show exactly the same thing as the first. Naturally, if this option suits you, then you can leave it unchanged. The user can also expand their workspace with a second monitor. With this mode, the computer can simultaneously use multiple users. In addition, using the second monitor to extend the viewing angle. This will allow you to have extended desktop, wider viewing angle when working with some programs, games, etc. to Switch between the modes by using the keyboard shortcuts Win+P.