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A computer monitor gives a desktop system the window to show its configuration and features. You might have a high clock speed, a fast processor or great graphics, all you need is the right screen to flaunt all the cool features. Target offers you a wide range of options for different sizes and features that meet your requirements and style. Are you confused about choosing a monitor? We are here to help you. If you are wondering about size, then always go for the biggest one depending on your space. There are different types of screens such as ultrawide, curved or flat to help you narrow down your choice. Find monitors with different resolutions, HD or Full HD is the basic one. If you are looking for crisp and detailed quality then there are QHD and 4K options. Keep in mind about the pixel density, it decreases as the size of the computer monitor increases. For gamers, it’s ideal to choose a screen with a high refresh rate and a low response, while color accuracy should be a top priority for professionals. Then there are other features for accessibility such as HDMI and USB-C ports. From gaming monitors to a high-end professional one, we have computer monitors of top brands such as Dell, Samsung, ASUS, Sony and many more. Browse through and find your perfect computer screen.
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Spring cleaning and decluttering is a tradition meant to refresh our spaces for the year ahead. Staples has everything you need to clear out the clutter, store and organize your belongings, and all the right cleaning supplies.
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Start by preparing a checklist and make sure you have all the necessary supplies. Use storage bins and a label maker to make sorting and organizing easier. Prepare extra boxes for donations and trash bags for the things you no longer need. Look for decorative boxes & baskets that will compliment your home’s décor and use them to organize. You can also use closet organizers and storage drawers anywhere they are needed.
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Spring cleaning doesn’t stop there. There’s so much you can do to reset your home:
- Improve air quality and eliminate pollen and pet dander with a new air purifier and an air freshener with a scent you love.
- On a sunny day, take the opportunity to clean your windows – you’ll need glass cleaner, a bucket, a squeegee, and paper towels.
- Have a step stool or ladder on hand to access hard-to-reach places like the tops of cabinets and overhead lighting.
- Replace broken light bulbs and check the batteries in your smoke detectors.
- Use drain cleaner to clear up sink and bathtub drains.
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Frequent problems with multiple monitors
There are many benefits to working with multiple monitors – even when compared to a single huge ultra-wide monitor – from increased productivity to the versatility of placing them on your desk. But life isn’t always perfect. Sometimes you plug in a second monitor and it doesn’t work, or it crashes the game every time you accidentally move your mouse over it.
If you’ve followed our guide to setting up multiple monitors and are having trouble, check out the list of the most common problems with multiple monitors below and learn how to fix them.
When you see “No Signal” on your new monitor, it can be cause for concern, but it’s probably the simplest problem. The appearance of such an inscription simply means that the visual data does not reach the display. There are a number of reasons why this happens and many solutions to fix this problem.
Use Windows Detection: Windows may not have recognized that a second display is connected. To force the system to detect connected devices, right-click on the desktop and select “Display Settings” from the menu that appears. In the Display Settings window, click the Detect button.
Turn the screen off and on again: Some connection types do not support hot-swapping when the monitor is on. Turn the display off and on again. This may be all that is needed in order to recognize the video and start displaying it correctly.
Check cable connections: this may seem obvious, but a loose cable is one of the most common causes of a signal transmission error. If you think the cables are secure, unplug them and plug them back in to make sure.
Make sure you select the correct connector: monitors with multiple connector options need to select which cable you are using. Use the buttons on the monitor to make sure you have selected the same input as the cable you are connecting to.
Replace data cable . If you’re using an older cable standard like VGA or DVI-D, you can try a newer alternative like HDMI or DisplayPort. You can also just replace the cable with the same one you are using in case there is a problem with that particular cable.
Replace graphics port: If you are using a dedicated graphics card with multiple outputs, try replacing the one you are using. Sometimes the ports themselves can be damaged, and to fix the situation, you just need to change the port.
Update drivers. Although Windows 10 supports multiple monitors by default, the setup might fail for some reason. Make sure your system is using the latest graphics drivers – this can sometimes fix the problem of no signal.
If you’re still having issues with the secondary monitor, make sure it works when connected separately. Detach the other screen and repeat the above steps. If it helps, try using it as your main screen until you find the cause of the problem. If this does not help, we recommend that you contact your retailer or manufacturer to discuss a return or screen replacement.
If you plugged in a new monitor with a higher resolution and find that it is not displaying at the correct resolution, it may be borrowing some settings from your old display or simply trying to fit a different existing screen.
Step 1: Right-click on the desktop and select “ Display Settings ” from the menu that appears.
Step 2: In the top window, click on the monitor you want to edit.
Step 3: Scroll down and find the heading “ Scale and layout “. In the Resolution section, select the correct monitor resolution from the drop-down menu.
Step 4: Choose the screen resolution that suits you best. Windows 10 will mark one of these resolutions as “recommended” depending on your display configuration.
If that doesn’t help, make sure your monitor and video card can handle the resolution you’ve chosen. If you’re still having issues, try updating your graphics drivers.
Note: You can use two monitors of different sizes, refresh rates, and resolutions only if you have the correct cables. However, monitors will still be limited by their individual characteristics. If one monitor has a significantly lower resolution than another, then it won’t get bigger, and some things will naturally look different. When installing two monitors, we recommend that you do not overclock settings such as the refresh rate. GPUs already struggle with dual monitors, so don’t make it harder for them.
Incorrect update rate
If you’ve bought a cool new gaming monitor with a high refresh rate, you’ll want to make sure you’re taking full advantage of its power. Windows 10 has a tendency to not choose the fastest settings supported by a new display, so manual adjustment is often required.
You can double check your monitor’s refresh rate with tool Testufo .
Step 1: Right-click on the desktop and select “ Display Settings ” from the menu that appears.
Step 2: Scroll down to the bottom of the window and click “ Advanced Display Settings “.
Step 3: Click “ Show adapter properties for X ” where “X” is the display whose refresh rate you want to adjust.
Step 4: Select the 9 tab at the top0017 Monitor “.
Step 5: Under the heading “ Monitor Settings “, open the drop-down list to select the refresh rate you want.
Duplicate or extended screens
There are several ways to display content on two screens, but “Duplicate” is often the default. If you have a copy of what’s on your home screen and you want your screen to be extended, here’s how to change that.
Step 1: Press Windows key + P to bring up the Project menu.
Step 2: Select “Expand” either by clicking on it with the mouse or by using the right or left arrow keys and pressing the “Enter” key, or by pressing the Windows + P keys to cycle through the options.
You can also right-click on the desktop and select “Display Settings” and select “Multiple Displays” from the drop-down menu at the bottom of the window. You can also adjust which monitor is displayed on the left and which is displayed on the right by dragging the numbered displays at the top of the window.
In the same way, you can change the display from ” Extend ” to ” Duplicate “, if this way of display suits you better.
Can connect 2 monitors, but not 3.
If you are working with three monitors, you may find that the first two monitors connect without problems, but the third monitor may not respond at all or behave differently than the others.
Disconnect monitors and connect each monitor in turn: is sometimes enough for the computer to recognize and use all three monitors correctly.
Make sure “Extend these screens” is selected in Settings: Under “Multiple screens” under “Screens in Windows 10”, the option “Extend these screens” must be selected. It’s also a good idea to check all display settings to make sure they’re set to work with multiple monitors: sometimes a Windows update can reset them. Make sure all graphics drivers are up to date: install updates and reboot if necessary.
Games keep winding down
If your games keep minimizing for no apparent reason when playing on one monitor, you may have accidentally tapped the bar on your second monitor. Some games do not lock the borders of their full screen window , which means that when hovering over the edge of the screen, the pointer may jump to a second window.
When pressed, this second screen, or something on it, is selected, minimizing the game. This is especially problematic for games that don’t use a mouse, such as FPS . Here are some ways to solve the folding problem:
Check the display settings in the game itself. If you are playing in windowed mode, try switching to full screen mode. If that doesn’t help, try switching to borderless window . In this mode, the mouse can move to another screen, but this will prevent the game from minimizing. To return to the game again, you just need to click back on the window.
Applications such as the Dual Monitor Tool can bind the mouse pointer to a single monitor. After you are done playing, you will need to unlock it.
Turn off the second screen. It’s a bit drastic, but if you disable the second unnecessary screen while playing, you won’t be able to get to that screen in the middle of the game. You can do this by pressing the power button or by pressing Windows key + P and then select “ PC screen only ” from the list.
Distortions and artifacts
Sometimes the second monitor works, but there are distortions and artifacts on it that make it difficult to use or make it impossible to use in games. If your first monitor doesn’t have these display issues, then the problem is probably with your hardware. It can usually be fixed by doing the following:
Check monitor ports: make sure all ports on your computer are clean and free of dust. If there is still dirt, very carefully clean it with gentle jets of compressed air and check for damage in the port or cable.
Buy a new cable for the second monitor: Your cable may be outdated and broken. This is especially true if the cable is unshielded and is subject to interference from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and nearby electrical interference. Choose a new cable with good shielding.
Shorten the cable length: choose a new cable shorter than the old one. The longer the data travels on the cable, the greater the chance of interference, so a shorter cable can reduce artifacts and similar problems.
If you’re using converters or adapters, try connecting without them: look for cables that don’t require separate adapters or switches to manage.
Additional monitors suddenly stop working
If you’ve been using multiple monitors for a while now and everything was fine, but all of a sudden the extra monitors just stop working. Fortunately, this can usually be fixed.
Check your connections: check that the second monitor is connected correctly and that the cables have not been disconnected since the last power-up.
Remind Windows: Sometimes Windows hangs a bit and sort of loses information about additional monitors. Restart your graphics card drivers by pressing the Win + Ctrl + Shift + B keys. Hold them for a second and release. See if that helps bring the second monitor back to life.
Restart everything: turn off Windows and all monitors. Then turn everything back on. Often this helps solve the problem.
Roll back driver updates if necessary: If the display driver has recently been updated, this may also be causing problems. Go to “Device Manager”, select “Display adapters” and select your display adapter to see more. Go to Properties, find the Driver tab and select Roll Back Driver.
6 Ways to Improve Dual Monitor System Settings
If you use two or more monitors, there are several ways for you to optimize your computer settings.
Whether you’re working hard or playing a lot, multiple monitors give you more room to play. Write a document on one screen while browsing the web on another, or play games on one while chatting on another. But don’t just plug in a second monitor and stop – these tips will help make your multi-monitor setup work for you.
Make sure displays match
If your monitors are the same brand and model, you can skip this section because after connecting both monitors, Windows will automatically expand the desktop horizontally. Just adjust the stand of each monitor so they fit perfectly and you’re good to go.
However, if you have two different monitors, you may need to put in a little more effort to keep the displays in sync. For example, you connect your laptop to an external monitor and use them side by side, or you have one 4K monitor next to a 1080p monitor. This can create problems, but they are easy to fix.
Right-click on the desktop and select “ Display settings i”. Under Reconfigure displays, click and set the rectangles to match the orientation of the desktop monitors; say if one of them is slightly lower than the other. Thus, when moving the cursor to the left, it will appear in the same place on the left monitor, and not jump up or down the screen. You may need to do some trial and error to get them in the right place.
Scroll down to the “ Scale and Position ” section to adjust each monitor’s resolution and scaling. So, if one monitor is 4K and the other is 1080p, you can set each monitor to its own resolution, but zoom in on the higher resolution monitor so that the windows that open are the same size on each monitor (If you want to adjust the monitor in portrait mode, you can do it here too).
Further, in addition, you can use the built-in settings of each monitor to adjust the brightness and color so that they match as closely as possible. Once you’ve adjusted all of these settings, your monitor displays will become more identical, making moving windows between them easier and more enjoyable.
Customize the taskbar
By default, Windows 10 extends the taskbar to both monitors, which can be handy, although you can customize it to your liking. Right click on the taskbar and select “ Taskbar Options. There are a lot of useful options here, but if you scroll your mouse wheel down to the “ Multiple Displays ” section, you will see what we are interested in.
The first switch removes the taskbar from your secondary display. Personally, I prefer to use multiple monitors in this way, as it allows you to put all the shortcuts in one place.
However, if you choose to keep the taskbar on both monitors, you can choose whether to display individual icons on both monitors, on the main taskbar and on the taskbar where the application window is open, or only on the active monitor where the application is installed. You can also choose whether the taskbar buttons have Windows XP-style shortcuts.
Look for ultrawide wallpapers
While trendy wallpapers won’t boost your productivity, they are one of the most enjoyable parts of having multiple monitors, which is why we should include them here. While most wallpaper sites have options for multiple monitors, a few specialize in ultra-wide wallpapers, including Dual Monitor Backgrounds.
Once you find a wallpaper (or collection of wallpapers) that you like, right-click on your desktop and select “ Personalize “. Find the desired image or folder and select “ Span ” to fill the space on all displays.
Examine your labels
The beauty of multiple monitors – especially when compared to ultrawide and ultrawide monitors – is the ability to “dock” windows to the edges of each display, making it easy to view multiple windows at the same time. While you can always drag and resize windows with your mouse, this is labor intensive and time consuming.
Therefore, Windows 10 has several hotkeys that can help, including:
– Win+Left and Win+Right: Snap the active window to the left or right side of the current monitor. You can press the keys again to move the window between monitors or return it to its original position.
– Win+Up and Win+Down : Maximize or minimize the current window. If the window is currently docked, this will also resize the window from its docked position.
– Shift+Win+Left and Shift+Win+Righ t: Move the active window to the next monitor without snapping it to the edge.
– Shift+Win+Up : Maximize the window vertically, which is especially useful if you don’t have a taskbar on the secondary monitor.
– Win+Home: Minimize all windows except the one you are working on to get rid of distractions. Click it again to bring all windows back.
Most of these keyboard shortcuts work with only one monitor, but the more monitors you add, the more useful they become.
Fix “wandering cursor”
While triple monitors allow the game to span all displays – using Nvidia Surround or AMD Eyefininity settings – dual monitors are not well suited for ultra widescreen gaming, as the crosshairs will be right on the bezels of the monitors.