How to setup multiple monitors in Windows 8.1?

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How do I setup multiple monitors using Windows 8.1?

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1. Open Windows charms (move the cursor to one of the right hand corners).

2. Select “Devices.”

3. Select “Second Screen.”

4. Choose the option for how you want the other monitor to work. Extend will allow you to have the Windows UI on one screen and the desktop on the other. 

 

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