One of the main benefits of working at a desktop, as opposed to a laptop, is the extra screen real estate. You can open multiple programs and reference things side-by-side, which can be a real boost to productivity.
Many people, in order to get even more screen space to work with, use multiple monitors. Once setup, this can be a great way to supercharge your home office productivity. In order to configure multiple displays for your Mac, go to your System Preferences, and then click on ‘Displays.’
This screen will have all of the options you need to configure the arrangement, scaling, rotation, etc. of your dual monitor setup. If you are interested in running multiple monitors in your home office, Macs on Demand can help you configure your settings and setup to get the maximum performance out of your setup. Call today to learn more!