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Whilst on this forum I heard of a program that can allow the user to have one computer run two screens, each separate as if they were on two different computers.

Any suggestions on finding such a program?
 

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For me, everything is free.

Arg.

Thanks guys, will try them out.

EDIT: Got Ultramon.... it seems to work.

Thanks.
 

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I messed up and got the x32 bit version, all good getting x64...

But yah... Could this be used to....I donno....

Run Two exact same programs the same time?
 

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Originally Posted by HappyDave View Post
I messed up and got the x32 bit version, all good getting x64...

But yah... Could this be used to....I donno....

Run Two exact same programs the same time?
Nope. If you're looking to treat the monitors as separate computers, that's NOT going to work....

But running 2 displays would be like running one big display....

But you can't treat them as separate computers...
 
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