You already know, connecting more than one monitor with your windows will enhance you’re your productivity. So, I have explained how to set up dual monitors on laptop in this article. Here are some important and easy guidelines which you should follow; No doubt it will help you in connecting different monitors to your window’s laptop.
How To Set Up Dual Monitors On Laptop

Things You Should Know Before Starting

Frankly speaking! We have seen that most of the laptops allow dual connectivity of monitors. Make sure that your laptop allows connecting two external monitors with your laptop, which highly depends on your window OS.

How To Set Up Dual Monitors On Laptop

First a fall, you should check your cables are connected to the monitor.

1. Select Start.
2. Go to Settings.
3. Click on System.

4. Select the Display.
How To Set Up Dual Monitors On Laptop
5. PC will detect the monitor automatically, if you are not able to see then select the Detect option.

6. Now select your desired option(How will your monitor display and what) from the Multiple Display Option.

7. After selecting, what you want to see on your display, click on Keep Changes.

Note:You can change the resolution to the recommended one.

Relevant Read:
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What Is The Difference Between DVI-I And DVI-D?
What Is Overdrive on a Monitor?

James Robert

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