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I have two computer screens on one computer. How do I have a background that spreads over both? I have windows 7.

asked Sep 01 '10 at 19:18

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Madison Tries

closed Oct 07 '10 at 17:00

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An easy solution is to use this program called display fusion. It's free and very easy. Here's the link.


answered Sep 01 '10 at 19:23

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I believe you have to get a wallpaper that is the same resolution as both your monitors combined.

answered Sep 01 '10 at 19:20

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You might have to download a software to span the picture across the screen.


That's what I used to use when I was running a Windows XP computer.

answered Sep 01 '10 at 20:17

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Figure out the total resolution of your screens when combined (by your OS) into one single display and then go find or make desktop wallpapers that are at least that display resolution.

answered Sep 01 '10 at 20:13

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A screen is connected to my laptop. Does it work a different way then?

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