31.3. Dual Head Display Settings

31.3. Dual Head Display Settings

If multiple video cards are installed on the system, dual head monitor support is available and is configured via the Dual head tab, as shown in Figure 31.3, “Dual Head Display Settings”.

Dual Head Display Settings

Figure 31.3. Dual Head Display Settings

To enable use of Dual head, check the Use dual head checkbox.

To configure the second monitor type, click the corresponding Configure button. You can also configure the other Dual head settings by using the corresponding drop-down list.

For the Desktop layout option, selecting Spanning Desktops allows both monitors to use an enlarged usable workspace. Selecting Individual Desktops shares the mouse and keyboard among the displays, but restricts windows to a single display.

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