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Configuring a Dual Desktop Display in Windows Vista

Learn how to configure a dual desktop display in Windows Vista.
By Steven Warren, Contributor on
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This gallery gives you an overview on how to configure a dual desktop display in Windows Vista. Learn more about this process by reading the related post in the Window on Windows blog.

You can easily connect a dual monitor configuration by using the Windows Mobility Center. Simply click Connect Display and the detection wizard appears.
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A dual desktop display is automatically detected in Windows Vista.

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A dual desktop display is automatically detected in Windows Vista.
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A dual desktop display is automatically detected in Windows Vista.

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