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Re: Windows 8's usage uptake falls further behind Vista's
Well the Windows 8 user experience on multiple screens can be different depending on how the system is setup.
With a triple monitor setup using a GTX 670 and nVidia Surround the Start screen and New UI takes up all three screens, not just one. If you don't group the screens in Surround then that doesn't happen. I'm guessing the same is true of AMD Eyefinity,...
actions · 2013-Feb-4 1:28 pm · (locked)
BlitzenZeusBurnt Out CynicPremium
Each monitor is, and should be their own boundary by default. I can run a fullscreen game, or movie on one monitor while having other applications open on another. I also have a nvidia card, and have no wishes to make it one big spanned desktop where one metro app can take up all the monitors, even more of a waste of space.
I distrust those people who know so well what god wants them to do because I notice it always coincides with their own desires- Susan B. Anthony
Yesterday we obeyed kings, and bent our necks before emperors. But today we kneel only to the truth- Kahlil G.
actions · 2013-Feb-4 1:32 pm · (locked)
New York, NY
By default each monitor seems to be an individual display.
One would have to group them together in order to have a spanned display group. This can be toggled on and off and is at the discretion of the user but it does effect how Windows 8 works on said displays,...
actions · 2013-Feb-4 1:38 pm · (locked)