Multi-task like a pro with dual monitors. Learn how to set up dual monitors on Windows 10. 

Here's how: 

1. Select Start, then Settings, and then Display. Your PC should automatically detect your monitors and show your desktop. If you don't see the monitors, select Detect.

2. In the Multiple displays section, select an option from the list to determine how your desktop will display across your screens. 

3. Once you've selected what you see on your displays, select Keep changes.

4. You can change the resolution of your displays. However, we suggest using the recommended resolution to get the most out of your displays.

To get your PC to recognize multiple monitors:

Make sure your cables are connected properly to the new monitors, then press Windows logo key + P to select a display option.

How to rearrange your displays

Identify a display: To see which number corresponds to a display, select Start , Settings, System, Display, and Rearrange your displays, then select Identify. A number appears on the screen of the display it's assigned to.

Detect a display: If you connected another display and it isn't showing in Settings, select Start, Settings, System, Display, and Rearrange your displays, then select Detect. 

Arrange your displays: If you have multiple displays, you can change how they're arranged. This is helpful if you want your displays to match how they're set up in your home or office. In Display settings, select and drag the display to where you want. Do this with all the displays you want to move. When you're happy with the layout, select Apply. Test your new layout by moving your mouse pointer across the different displays to make sure it works like you expect.

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