How To Configure And Use Multiple Monitors In Windows 8

You may have seen people using more than one monitor and you wonder how that works? One of the many distinguishing features of Windows 8 is the ability to use multiple monitors. This feature allows you to run the once so called ‘Metro’, which is now called ‘Modern UI’, on one monitor, and the other monitor showing the desktop. You might be asking yourself, well, that was in Windows 7 too, but the thing is, Microsoft drastically improved this feature, thus making it easier, so many casual users can use this feature without hassle. Windows 7 users using multiple monitors were hassled because there the taskbar was not efficient.  In Windows 8, Microsoft improved the taskbar efficiency and added several extra options for wallpaper customization. Using dual monitor is good for gamers, since it has a wider gaming experience, or it can be used for business, or just basic multitasking. Now, that’s not all it can be used for, game developers for example can have Visual Studio running in the desktop view and testing their game in the Modern UI view. You have over a thousand reasons why to use multiple monitors. Read More