Enabling Three Independent Displays with Intel® Graphics Controllers
It's possible to enable three simultaneous displays on graphics for 3rd Generation Intel® Processors and newer. Refer to the following links for instructions depending on the desired multi-monitor setup:
- How to enable Extended Desktop - A larger Windows* desktop area spanning all displays.
- How to enable Clone Mode - All three displays show the same screen.
- How to enable Collage Mode - Share one image across multiple independent displays.
If you're unsure about which Intel® Graphics Controller your system has, you can identify your Intel® Graphics Controller.
|Note||Using video adapters/converters may cause improper detection of one or more display(s) connected to your computer.|
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Configuring three simultaneous displays on 2nd Generation Intel® Processors and older
- From the Windows desktop, press the Ctrl, Alt, and F12 keys simultaneously to open the Control Panel for Intel® Graphics.
- After opening the Control Panel, navigate to the display settings. If prompted to select the application mode, select Advanced Mode, and then click OK.
- To select multiple displays, select Multiple Displays.
- Set your Display Mode or Operating Mode to Clone or Extended Desktop.
- Select your Active Displays by selecting the primary, secondary, and tertiary displays.
Note You must have three monitors connected to see all three drop-down menus.
- If you enable Extended Desktop, you can arrange the displays using the Positioning window. Use your mouse to move the displays in a different arrangement:
- Click Apply to save changes.
- Click OK to close the Control Panel.
|Multiple Displays Frequently Asked Questions|
|How to Open the Intel® Graphics Control Panel|