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I want to incorporate dual monitor concept in .Net. Is that possible? As while searching on net I didn't get confirmed answer from anyone.
Posted 13-Jan-13 7:03am

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It is absolutely possible, with on note: there is no such thing as "dual monitor" concept. There can be some number of monitors, one or more, and of course, both the user and your application program can get access to any of them. It depends on the system configuration. Apparently, if the mode is "duplicate", for the system it looks like just only one monitor. If it is configured to merge all monitor to one single desktop, you can access it as a whole common area or each monitor's screen separately, depending on how you want it.

How to do it? If you want to ask about it (formally, you never asked), I would prefer you ask a question for a particular UI library you used. It will be one way for System.Windows.Forms, different for WPF, Metro, or whatever else you want to use.

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