Take Your Productivity to the Next Level by Using Multiple Screens

ROFL 19-04-2015

Once you’ve used multiple screens Too Much Screen Space? 6 Ways To Use Your Multiple Monitor Mac Setup So you set your Mac up with a second monitor, which was really exciting – but now you've no idea what to do with all that space. Read More , it’s hard to go back to using just one. Multiple displays are useful for more than just watching your two favorite sports teams at the same time (though, you can most certainly do that, too). Having two displays can actually increase your productivity a great deal. That’s right, if you know how to use your displays optimally, you can get more work done!

How? Just follow the tips outlined on the infographic below, and you’ll be a multiple monitor guru in no time!


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  1. dragonmouth
    April 21, 2015 at 2:21 pm

    If you are an employee, any productivity gains only benefit the employer, not you. The more productive you become, the more you will be expected to produce.

  2. Jack Dawson
    April 20, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    2 monitors, 6 workspaces and I still run out of room, what to do, what to do. I have been using multiple monitors for years. Currently I use a 22" and a 32". Looking to upgrade to 4K and possibly duel 40". It may sound crazy but when you get used to it the increase in productivity is worth it!

  3. Jamieg
    April 19, 2015 at 6:07 pm

    I have tried using duals at work for a few years. I just can't get used to it. It is too unnatural to turn my head slightly to the right or left to work. I do much better with a larger, higher resolution monitor.

  4. Swanny
    April 19, 2015 at 11:35 am

    Those Windows tips are... odd. Bring up the start menu on Windows 8 by using the charms bar? What's wrong with the Windows button on your keyboard, or the start button in the bottom left hand corner?

    Also, Win + Pg Up/Down isn't a valid keyboard shortcut by default. Win + Shift + Left/right arrows can move your window to the next monitor.

    • Zero
      April 19, 2015 at 12:12 pm

      Used win+left/right for years now, never thought of using shift. That's the single new thing I learned from this article. So... thanks for that!

    • Jay
      April 20, 2015 at 9:13 am

      The charms bar are to set on which monitor the start screen shows up. By default the start screen only shows up on monitor 1. By changing the settings, Windows will auto detect on which monitor you actually use to shows up the start screen.

      And yes, those shortcut keys are wrong.

      And tips no 1 are only to users using Metro/Modern App which is.. 0,05% ? :)