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What do I do if my screens are duplicated on the Tri-Screen 2?Updated 6 months ago

Windows

If your screens are duplicated / mirroring each other, you can adjust this quickly in your Display Settings! Follow the step-by-step instructions below to get everything set up. 


Windows 11:

If you are using Windows 10, follow the instructions at the bottom of this article.


1. Click on your Start Menu.

2. Open Settings.


3. Click on System.

4. Click on Display on the right side.


5. Click on the option with the 1|2 or 1|3 to select it and then set it to Extend... from the drop down menu on the bottom r  right, as pictured.


6. If you have any trouble moving your mouse to the left and right screens, view this article to arrange your screens correctly. 


Windows 10: 

Video instructions are also included below.


1. Click on your Start Menu.

2. Select Settings.


3. Select System.


4. Select Display.



5. Click on the rectangle with the '1 | 2' (or in some cases '1 | 3’ or '2 | 3') highlighting it blue.

6. Scroll down to the section titled Multiple displays             

          a. Click the drop-down menu.

          b. Select Extend...


7. Make sure to select "Keep Changes" when that pops up. Please note, that message may appear on one of your  additional screens, but still make sure to select "Keep Changes".



Mac

If you're screens are duplicated / mirroring each other, you can adjust this quickly in your Display Settings! Follow the step-by-step instructions below to get everything set up. 

MacOS Monterey (12.0 +): 

If you are using an earlier version of MacOS, follow the instructions in the video at the bottom of this article.

1. Click on the Apple Icon in the top left corner of your desktop.

2. Open System Preferences.

3. Select Displays.

4. Select Display Settings at the bottom of the window.



5. On the menu on the left side of the window, select the 2nd and 3rd options and ensure they are set to use as: Extended display.



MacOS Big Sur (11.6.7) and earlier:


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