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Last week we asked you how many monitors you use in your current setup. Thanks to the great turnout of voters, it was possible to get a pretty clear picture of the most popular setup. Can you guess what it is?

Out of 624 votes in total, 2% use five monitors or more in their setup (awesome!), 4% use four monitors, 19% use three monitors in their setup, another 19% use two monitors, one of which is a laptop, 20% use one single monitor, and the majority of the voters, 36%, use two monitors in their setup. Are you surprised?

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

Don’t forget to check out last week’s best comment by Ben Wilson How Many Monitors Do You Use In Your Setup? [MakeUseOf Poll] How Many Monitors Do You Use In Your Setup? [MakeUseOf Poll] Last week we asked you about Google I/O, and about your favorite newly launched product/feature from that conference. While the new things Google comes up with are not life-changing for most of us, these popular... Read More , who took the time to tell us all about his setup, and won 150 reward points for his effort!

This week’s poll question is: Do You Use Two-Step Verification?

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Want to make some extra MakeUseOf reward points? The most useful comment on the poll will be awarded 150 points!

More and more services are introducing two-step verification into their login process. It started with Google and Facebook, continued to Dropbox Dropbox Adds New Two-Step Verification Feature, Enable It Now To Protect Your Dropbox Account! [Updates] Dropbox Adds New Two-Step Verification Feature, Enable It Now To Protect Your Dropbox Account! [Updates] Following a security breach in July, and a promise to do better where it comes to security, Dropbox is rolling out a two-step authentication feature. The new feature, which is currently still experimental, adds an... Read More and Apple Apple Introduces Two-Step Verification for Apple IDs, Enable It Now [Updates] Apple Introduces Two-Step Verification for Apple IDs, Enable It Now [Updates] Mac, iPhone and other Apple ID users can now enable two-step verification on their Apple ID accounts. The security measure was introduced by Apple on Thursday, and the system is virtually identical to that used... Read More , with Twitter Twitter Introduces Login Verification Via SMS For A More Secure Sign-In Process [Updates] Twitter Introduces Login Verification Via SMS For A More Secure Sign-In Process [Updates] Twitter has announced a new security feature which resembles the two-factor authentication offered on websites such as Facebook, Google, and Dropbox. The new feature aims to make sure that the person logging into your Twitter... Read More and LinkedIn joining the party only recently. Two-step verification, also known as two-factor authentication What Is Two-Factor Authentication, And Why You Should Use It What Is Two-Factor Authentication, And Why You Should Use It Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security method that requires two different ways of proving your identity. It is commonly used in everyday life. For example paying with a credit card not only requires the card,... Read More , is a security method which divides your login process into two steps: the first, enter your username and password; the second, enter a code sent to you via text message or a specialized app. Enabling this service makes it harder to break into your accounts, but also makes logging in more of a hassle. What’s your view on this?

What are the reasons to use or not use two-step verification? Tell us all about it in the comment below.

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