Display Setups

  1. Edwin's Avatar
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    Display Setups


    I hadn't thought of this option for the longest time, until this past week when putting a fourth monitor in place.
    I thought this post may be helpful for others.

    If you have a 'whacky' setup like the mess I've got, you might be inclined to drag your mouse/cursor in the natural direction of the next physical screen, instead of moving in a straight left to right motion according to the default screen array.
    With my setup, it was driving me crazy, so I settled on satisfactory setup then changed the screen schematics.

    When doing this, it's a good idea to close all programs and don't have any items on any desktops.

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  2. badrobot's Avatar
    Posts : 5,180
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #2

    How useful is the touchscreen for you? I am sure you still use the mouse.
    Nice setup, btw. :)
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  3. Edwin's Avatar
    Posts : 15,429
    Windows 10
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    badrobot said:
    How useful is the touchscreen for you? I am sure you still use the mouse.
    Nice setup, btw. :)
    Thanks. I'm kinda hopin, when all is said and done in W10, the touch screen will have as much functionality as a tablet; it's kind of half baked in the TP.
    Works good in W8, but I like the edge swipes in W10 better.
    It's nice to get right on top of your work with some applications.
    Still experimenting for now.
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