Electronics Repair Questions? Ask an Electronics Technician
Hi there and welcome
Do you mean via remote you want to see multiple screens at once on the one computer?
yes.... ok, Ill cancel the call then..
Not sure why you replied in this way
ok, well you cannot display multiple monitors at once via the remote as you cannot use two mouses on the computer, so it is linked to only one mouse, you can only switch between the screens on the remote session
I replied to you with the answer... I will repeat it again
you cannot display multiple monitors at once via the remote as you cannot use two mouses on the computer, so it is linked to only one mouse, you can only switch between the screens on the remote session
yes I understand the requirement, and yes I saw your message not to call you..
I have replied on both, I cancelled the request for the call, and you cannot display multiple monitors at once via the remote as you cannot use two mouses on the computer, so it is linked to only one mouse, you can only switch between the screens on the remote session
You cannot view both screens of the remote desktop at once.
What you are talking about is having a second connection for the monitor on your laptop, that is not related to remote
Please... stop with the Dont Call Me, I told you many times I am not going to call, so you do not need to repeat this....
Correct, it has nothing to do with remote, you connect the additional monitor to the Laptop via the VGA or HDMI port and you can use it as a second monitor
which verison of windows are you using
Right click blank space on Desktop, choose Screen Resoltuion, then choose to Extend desktop
Then you can drag a window to the second monitor.
Then you drag just that window to it.
Then you need to open it in just one window and drag just that one window to the second monitor.
Do not know what program you are using, but just right click on the icon at the bottom and choose to open a new instance of it
Yes I cancelled the call, so it will be posted for a refund
You need to run the program in its own window, then you can drag it to its own monitor...
If you tell me the name of the program I can tell you how,
You need to ask then the people who made the program or the company you work for that has you run it
The program you want to run in the second screen
A window in WHICH program?
Which internet browser? Internet Explorer? Google Chrome? firefox?
Presss the windows key which is next to ALT and with it heldd press R so the run box shows
Internet Explorer opens in a new window, you can then move that to the other screen and use it
Then use the other windows for it, and leave this one for other things
yes, then move the windows to the other monitor.
restart the computer and try again
No it does not... but I have kindly asked you to do the restart of the computer
Yes, as you already have it open
So drag the one already open, to the other monitor.
Like you did before when it brought "everythin" over
Click the icon of the square to the left of the X in the top right then move it.
which every program you want to put into the other monitor