1. Click on the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen.
  2. Click on the cog wheel for "Settings".
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    Screenshot showing the cog wheel for Settings in the Windows Start menu.
  3. Click on "System".
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    Screenshot showing the Windows Settings window with the System button in the top left corner.
  4. If necessary, select "Display" from the left sidebar.
    • To change whether the displays are duplicated, extended, or off, scroll down to "Multiple displays", and select an option from the drop-down menu to extend, duplicate, or disable a display.
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      Screenshot showing the Display settings with the drop-down menu for multiple displays and a checkbox for "Make this my main display".
    • To change the order of the monitors:
      1. Scroll up to "Rearrange your displays".
      2. Click on a numbered box to select it, then drag it to the left or right.
      3. Test the results by dragging the Display settings window from one monitor to the other.
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        Screenshot showing numbered boxes representing each connected monitor.
    • To set the monitor that shows the Start menu and taskbar:
      1. Click on the numbered box representing the monitor to select it.
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        Screenshot showing numbered boxes representing each connected monitor.
      2. Scroll down to "Multiple displays", and check the box next to "Make this my main display".
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        Screenshot showing the Display settings with the drop-down menu for multiple displays and a checkbox for "Make this my main display".