A system with multiple monitors comes handy when you want to improve your multitasking productivity while working with multiple windows or applications. It also feels less cramped. You need to configure it correctly to make it more practical though. Windows 10 has various features and settings that support multiple monitors without having to use third-party apps, and using familiar commands as those in Windows 7. Whether you want to setup dual monitors to your desktop or workstation, or an external display to your laptop, use the steps below to set it up.
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Set up dual monitors on Windows 10
Before considering troubleshooting options, make sure your device is up to date. If you need help setting up your external monitors, see How to use multiple monitors in Windows Disconnect all accessories from your PC. Connected docks, dongles, adapters and other hardware can cause conflicts. Try changing the cable connecting the external monitor. If the new one works, you know the previous cable was faulty. Try using the external monitor with a different system.
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Last Updated: December 18, References Tested. This article was written by Chiara Corsaro. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and verified that they work. This article has been viewed 3,, times.