A way of linking and working across several screens on your PC.
Everyone works differently, which is why we believe multi-screen set-up could be an advantage to you and your business.
This is the biggest single advantage. Studies suggest there can be major productivity benefits of using multiple monitors. According to one study carried out by Jon Peddie Research, productivity increases an average of 42%.
Many professions require the use of more than one program at a time. You might need to use CRM (Customer Relationship Management), quoting and manufacturing programs, or maybe you need to flip back and forth between Photoshop and Illustrator.
Whatever your job, it’s very rare you would only have one program open and would not switch at least periodically. Having a second screen available can make this juggling act much less painful and more productive.
If you’re interested in being more connected and accessible to clients or other professionals in your network, you may find a second screen can make this much more feasible.
While you may be using the primary screen for the bulk of your work, you could have your email or Twitter open all the time in a second browser.
Although this practice is normally associated with reduced productivity, using a second screen instead can help you remain focused, while allowing you to quickly scan what is coming through and respond promptly – with the least possible impact on your work.
Setting up an additional monitor is easy with most laptops now. This enables you to have a home office with a dual screen set-up but still allows for flexibly, as it's easy to disconnect the second monitor and take the laptop wherever you need to go. Setting up is simple and moving the laptop takes only seconds.
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