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Number of monitors (or virtual monitors) and productivity

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You surely would need JGPaiva's GridMove to manage all the windows nicely on your large monitor.

You failed to mention what OS is on your system.
Seeing the specs it is a rather modern, top of the line, powerful PC, even though you stated it isn't :huh:.
-Ath (October 04, 2016, 01:35 AM)
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Yes I fail. It's windows 8.1
Running to try JGPaiva

im a big fan of multiple monitors (2-4), but not huge monitors like you are talking.  27" is about as large as i would want, and i think there are diminishing returns after 3 or 4 monitors.
-mouser (October 04, 2016, 01:39 AM)
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Yeap. That's because you don't have a huge monitor without use. I have now three extended monitors
is a 23"
second hand
is a 17"
second hand
is a 24"
second hand
is a 42" (not connected)
second hand
I have another smaller than the LG Flatron L1918S. But sure goes well. Only VGA interface.

If I buy the graphic card VisionTek Radeon 7750 2GB GDDR5 6M (6x MiniDP) - 900614 perhaps I complicate my life.

With three monitors i am "almost" happy. Much better than one.

I agree with you than a 42" break the equilibrium....

I am trying to find an answer and perhaps the best I can do is a gift of that TV/monitor.

And even a gift of a Laser because i prefer to print in the copier service. Times are changing so fast....


I have problems with GridMove. Don't feel comfortable. I don't know why. Seems the more simple program. Any other alternative ?


Seems the more simple program.
-Contro (October 04, 2016, 06:22 AM)
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I'd say GridMove is a not very simple application, so it might take some more time to get used to, and get the configuration just right.

So I think i need software to divide the 52" monitor in four independant displays and make a lot of operations with this option.
-Contro (October 03, 2016, 08:43 PM)
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can you describe in more detail what you mean by "a lot of operations" ?

And how independent do you want the displays to be ?


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