Most people that see my three screen monitor get really excited, but very few of them understand how it is set up or why I use three screens. In this article I am going to discuss how I setup my three screen monitor and how you can do the same thing. I am also going to discuss some of the advantages to using an extra monitor, as opposed to having just a single monitor computer.
In my home and office, I always place a huge emphasis on time and productivity. I don’t like to waste time, because as they say, time really is money. One of the ways that I’ve found to both save money and time is to use a multiple monitor setup. In my situation, I
use a three screen monitor. It tends to work perfectly for what I need. One monitor is used for my word processor, one for the internet and one for email and social media. The reason I like this setup is because I don’t have to switch back and forth between programs and tiles at the bottom of my screen. I can simply glance over at each window as needed. This saves me a ton of time and results in a more productive work day.
If you have been considering upgrading to a three screen monitor, all I can do is suggest that the longer you wait, the more you will have regretted waiting when you do eventually make the leap. I am certainly not the only person in the PC word that uses a multiple monitor setup, but I can tell you from firsthand experience that having a three screen monitor has been a huge benefit both professionally and personally.