Setting up dual monitors used to be an expensive and complicated task, but thanks to cheap graphics cards and cheap Monitors, nowadays, pretty much any modern computer can support dual monitors.
In addition, the latest versions of Windows support a lot of features natively that you previously could only get using third-party dual monitor software.
For example, each monitor can have its own taskbar and Start button.
Also, each monitor can have a different background or you can use a single panoramic picture and have it span both desktops.
In this article, I’ll talk about the requirements for dual monitors in Windows and how you can configure all the settings in Windows once you have the monitors connected.
Dual Monitor Requirements