Multi screen interaction – How do I set up dual screen or multi screen interaction on my computer?

 Hardware requirements (using Win10 system as a case study)

1. The computer host must have an independent graphics card interface for either VGA/DVI/HDMI output (generally supported by entry-level graphics cards);

2. Prepare any two VGA/DVI/HDMI cables and display the corresponding connection lines of the output interface;

3. Two monitors, supporting any two VGA/DVI/HDMI interfaces (otherwise a VGA converter connector is required)

Dual screen operation steps

1. Firstly, connect the external monitor to the computer graphics card interface through either VGA/DVI/HDMI cable;

2. After successfully connecting, enter the computer system desktop, right-click on the blank area of the desktop and select 【 Display Settings 】;

3. If the connection is successful, you can see that there are two displays;

4. On the display interface, select ‘Expand these displays’ under’ Multi display settings’, and then both displays can be displayed normally;

5. If there are no issues with the circuit detection and still cannot be displayed, right-click on the desktop and select [NVIDIA Control Panel];

6. Find ‘Set up multiple displays’, then check the display we want to use, and that’s it.