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Multi Monitor Setup

StephenHolts

Hi Everyone.

 

Hoping someone can assist.

 

I have the below setup.

PC Plugged into TV via HDMI

PC Plugged into Monitor in Room Via Display Port

PC Plugged into AV Receiver Via HDMi for Audio

 

Pc Sees all 3 devices as as screens.

What i want to find out, is there software that will allow me to have a shortcut key set so i can choose how the monitors are setup.

 

For example i want to have a button i can push that when i want to game on the monitor in the room, i can push and it will disable the TV and Av receiver.

Then if i want to game on my TV, i can push the button and it will disable the Monitor and enable the TV and AV Receiver.

 

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7 minutes ago, StephenHolts said:

Hi Everyone.

 

Hoping someone can assist.

 

I have the below setup.

PC Plugged into TV via HDMI

PC Plugged into Monitor in Room Via Display Port

PC Plugged into AV Receiver Via HDMi for Audio

 

Pc Sees all 3 devices as as screens.

What i want to find out, is there software that will allow me to have a shortcut key set so i can choose how the monitors are setup.

 

For example i want to have a button i can push that when i want to game on the monitor in the room, i can push and it will disable the TV and Av receiver.

Then if i want to game on my TV, i can push the button and it will disable the Monitor and enable the TV and AV Receiver.

 

Why not just use the built in windows settings?

I edit my messages more than not –

Probably some dude on the internet

 

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27 minutes ago, Hellowpplz said:

Why not just use the built in windows settings?

Does windows have a Way to Assign a Hotkey to enable and disable specific monitors?

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2 minutes ago, StephenHolts said:

Does windows have a Way to Assign a Hotkey to enable and disable specific monitors?

Hit Win-P and see if it does what you want.

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