Windows 10: Multiple Displays - Change Settings and Layout in Windows 10
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Please mention some of the apps behaving like this.
I have one monitor attached to my laptop. I use the monitor in extended mode. My issue is that whenever I disconnect my laptop from the display and then connect to another display. All of my apps are shown in the primary display. (i.e., on laptop)
Is there a way to make the app remember that this app will always be opened in the secondary display if it is connected ?
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Disconnecting an external display in dual display system as yours, Windows naturally switches everything to the remaining single display. When reconnecting an external display, apps "remember" those single display settings until you change them again.
I am afraid there's nothing you can do for this.
Sorry if this is not the right thread.
At the moment I'm working with a firm who has flexible work spaces. The desks are all nicely equipped with additional monitors so I can work relaxed using a two monitor set up as described above.
The issue I have is that every time I go and sit on a place where I didn't sit before, I have my settings messed up and have to re-apply the dual monitor setup again.
Is there a way to define the default dual monitor setup such that it starts with "Extend Monitor" instead of "Duplicate Monitor"?
Thanks for any help.
Great tutorial. However I am all of a sudden today unable to have my duplicated screen on my wide Samsung monitor show properly. It used to just automatically 'fit' the whole screen and to me looked ok. Today it is just showing the same sort of size display as the laptop and I can't 'enlarge' it. I've spent ages searching for a solution and right clicking the thing to find Display' and fiddle with the various options. I don't believe I have ever manually changed the resolution from the recommended 1366x768 that is currently displayed in the dropdown menu. Does anyone have any clues why this has all of a sudden happened (eg automatic software update that's stuffed things up or have I inadvertently played with some keyboard combination and locked it to show only a small laptop screen on my wide monitor. Thanks in advance.
Maybe there is something wrong with the cable?
They tend to start malfunction all of a sudden without a clue to why or when.
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One consideration is that a display adapter supports a limited set of resolutions, and the display also supports a limited set of resolutions. If you are lucky, your video adapter supports the native resolution of the display, otherwise you will need to either compromise and find a common resolution you can live with, or replace either the video adapter or the display.
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