Windows 10: netflix on multiple monitors
netflix on multiple monitors
I contacted Netflix support for this issue
and they said it is an html5 issue ?????
ok. The support engineer said to install Chrome.
ok. Chrome runs Netflix a-ok, good to go, on multiple monitors
that have differing resolutions in Windows 10.
Chrome displays Netflix fine on 1 monitor @ 3840 x 2160
and the other @ 1920 x 1080 at the same time
IE does not - Edge does not - the Netflix app does not.
Can you be more specific about what you mean by "multiple monitors"? Do you mean, at the same time? Or do you mean on monitors other than the primary one?
Well the problem was solved using Chrome but yes, at the same time.
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