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Setting up Multiple Monitors - PCstats.com Setting up Multiple Monitors
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"Multiple monitor functionality was brought to the Windows world with Windows 95. Unfortunately, that implementation had some problems, and monitors were so expensive that most people didn't use more than one. Now, however, monitors are fairly inexpensive and many video cards have built-in support for 2 or more monitors. Quite a bit of software has been written with multiple monitors in mind. If you haven't tried multiple monitors before, or if you want to learn how to make your current multi-monitor setup better, just keep reading."
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