If you’ve read any of my white papers when you increase performance with different CAD apps, then you know that I’m a big fan of many monitor displays. Studying on many monitors productive beneficial is unquestionable, and I can not think of a more liberal way to improve speed, accuracy and overall performance.
If you need to understand how simple it is, then you can see a video tutorial that shows how many of your monitors are connected in Windows 7. With these lines, if you choose to take a pledge that people like Bill Gates have not even thought once more, here are some suggestions to make the most from an incredible situation in fact:
1). Submit your monitors
Preferably, your two, three or more computer screens should have all the same size and screen-resolution. This will keep your eyes from always needed to modify an optional screen to keep an eye on. In addition, be sure to line up your screen with this goal, that the highest point of the units are located at the same height, ideally or just below the eye level.
2). Thin your borders
In the event that you will push all of your screen to each other, select units with narrow borders. The more thin the border, the more it will be lost because you should be normal to work in many monitors.
3). Keep your monitor in the right place
The lack of space in the work area is usually a limiting factor in getting multiple monitors, although increasing segments can help you deal with this problem. Wall mount is unbelievable in this event that you have a wall and you want to run on time, or you can get a more versatile and appropriate section of the working area.