How To Setup Two Monitors With Laptop?

Almost all laptops running on Windows OS supports multiple monitors. On this page, we will show you how to set up two monitors with Laptop.

Before you start, read the following information:

  • Check if your laptop’s graphics card supports multiple monitors. If not, you may need to purchase a new graphics card and install it on your laptop.
  • Make sure that your laptop has any of the following ports:
  • DisplayPort
  • Digital Video Interface (DVI)
  • Video Graphic Array (VGA)
  • High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
  • If the laptop does not has enough ports to connect two external monitors, then you might need a laptop docking station to connect the laptop to the external monitors.
  • If your laptop has enough ports to extend the display, but the external monitor does not support those ports, then get the appropriate adapters.
  • Follow these steps on how to set up two monitors with laptop.

Now, let us see the steps to connect the external monitors to the laptop and extend its display.

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