The first step in playing a game on two monitors is to have two monitors to do it with.
Setting up your gaming station with two monitors can seem like a daunting task, but it’s not as hard as you might think! With the right hardware and software, you can be playing games on both of your monitors in no time! Here’s how to do it.
If you’re playing your favorite online game and want to take advantage of the new multiple monitor feature, it may seem complicated at first.
However, playing games on two monitors is just as easy as playing one game on one monitor. Here’s how to do it.
Playing a game on two monitors is something that many gamers want to do, but often don’t know how to do.
Here’s an overview of how to play a game on two monitors without losing any significant game performance. And of course, if you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the comments!
Go into your Steam library.
Right-click on the game you wish to run in multi-monitor and click Properties
Click Set Launch Options, then add -screen-layout: x2 (without quotes) for horizontally stacked screens or -screen-layout: y2 (without quotes) for vertically stacked screens. Then click OK and launch the game as normal.
Open up Steam or your gaming platform of choice. Find your game and open it. Step 3: Once you have opened up your game, find Display in options. Click Set Launch Options. A new window will appear with some blank text fields and checkboxes.
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Bonus Tip – Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows Users
The Windows operating system has been around for some time, so in that time there have been many keyboard shortcuts created specifically for it.
Here are a few shortcuts that will help you use your desktop like an expert: CTRL + ALT + DOWN ARROW: Decreases desktop size (toward taskbar) one step at a time.
CTRL + ALT + UP ARROW : Increases desktop size (away from taskbar) one step at a time. CTRL + [: Decreases screen resolution one step at a time.
CTRL + ] : Increases screen resolution one step at a time. F11: Turns Full-Screen Mode on or off. WIN+LEFTARROW: Maximizes current window.
WIN+RIGHTARROW: Restores the current window to its original size and position if maximized. Win+D: Minimizes all windows and shows desktop if any are currently open.
SHIFT + DELETE: Deletes file immediately without moving it to Recycle Bin. ENTER: Opens selected item (for example, opens the folder, program, or Web page).
CTRL + TAB / SHIFT + TAB: Cycles through programs on Taskbar by using left/right arrow keys when holding down the Ctrl key.
SHIFT while dragging an item with the right mouse button: Forwards through files in a folder (the opposite of clicking SHIFT while using the left mouse button).
START menu while holding down Right-SHIFT key & Left-CTRL key: Switches between Start Menu view modes from List mode to Large Icons mode and vice versa.
START menu while holding down the Left-SHIFT key & Right-CTRL key: To change your computer’s power state e.g. from Sleep Mode to Normal Mode, from Normal Mode to Hibernate Mode, or Computer Restart (only for supported computers) without using the keys Power button or Win+R keyboard shortcut of Windows Key+R keyboard shortcut, press Left CTRL + SHIFT keys simultaneously.
SHIFT + DELETE: Deletes multiple items immediately without moving them to Recycle Bin. Right-click on Desktop and select Personalize: Opens the Personalization window where you can change the desktop background, screen saver, theme, etc.