The number of users who employ a multiple-display system is increasing, and there are some natural and subjective reasons that are holding back that expansion.
• Almost everyone contacted agrees there is a need for a multi-display system and believes he or she would realize increased productivity by having more screen space for their electronic desktop.
• Productivity estimations average to 42% improvement.
• Primary applications users expect to benefit from multi-displays are content creation, general office use, gaming, and CAD.
• Fifty-four percent of the people surveyed who are not users of multiple display systems said they plan to obtain additional displays within a year or less.
• Thirty-two percent of the people surveyed said they were using multiple displays now, and 55% of the non-users said they want to or plan to use multiple displays in the very near future.
• Forty-two percent of the mobile computer users surveyed said they use a multiple display setup, and 71% of them said they use it in an extended desktop mode.
• The number of systems that are currently being equipped with multiple displays is growing exponentially.
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Using Dual Monitors to Expand Your Workspace
Create Faster — When editing photos or creating marketing materials, you can set up your first monitor as the workspace and use the second to display tool palettes and image thumbnails. You can even scale images across both monitors for a close-up view, or leave an original copy of an image or document open in one window while making changes to it in the other.
Multitask Better — You can attend to email and keep your inbox open on one monitor while working in another application or browsing the Internet in a second monitor.
Browse Easier — If you’re making a purchase online, dual monitors can help you make product comparisons without having to shift back and forth between Web browsers.