Easily Select External Screen or Projector Mode on Windows 7
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Ash0hley, Jen M
Hi. You're watching VisiHow, and this is a tutorial on how to easily select external screen or projector mode, on Windows 7 laptops. Let's say, for example, we are using a projector. We want to show a video clip to a group of friends, or we might have a presentation at the university, and so on. We see two screens. The first one is the projection, from the projector itself. The second one is on the laptop. We don't want to close the lid of the laptop because most laptops will go to sleep.
- 2They are; "Computer only", "Duplicate", "Extend", and "Projector only". "Computer only" means that the screen will be shown only on our computer, and not on the projector. "Duplicate" mode, means that both screens will have the same image. "Projector only" means that only the projector image will be visible. The laptop screen will no longer get in our way. "Extend" option, means that we have several screens. For example; we have two screens, or a screen and a projector, and we want them to share the screen.From this screen, we have four options.Advertisement
- 7Thank you for watching VisiHow. If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the "Comments" section below.This concludes our tutorial on how to easily select external screen or projector mode on Windows 7 computers or laptops.Advertisement
Video: Easily Select External Screen or Projector Mode on Windows 7
Categories : Windows
Recent edits by: Ash0hley, Lukward Thomason