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  • In this tutorial,

  • we'll show you how to connect your laptop to a monitor

  • on both Windows and Mac.

  • Use the clickable sections below

  • to skip to your laptop's software demo.

  • Monitors connect via USB,

  • HDMI,

  • or VGA cables.

  • Check which one your monitor and laptop have

  • and use that cable to connect

  • the monitor to your laptop.

  • Turn on the laptop.

  • At the bottom left of the screen,

  • click on the Windows logo

  • and type "display settings."

  • Click on "Ease of Access display settings,"

  • and then click on "Additional display settings."

  • The numbered boxes indicate

  • the number of monitors you have.

  • Monitor No. 1 is your laptop.

  • Monitor No. 2 is your additional monitor.

  • Click and drag to move them

  • and make sure they're in the right position

  • in relation to each other,

  • and then click "Apply."

  • Scroll down and find the "Multiple displays" option.

  • If you want your screens to show different things,

  • select the "Extend these displays" option.

  • If you want to show the same image on both screens,

  • select the "Duplicate these displays" option.

  • We're going to use ours as an extended display.

  • Connect the second monitor to your MacBook.

  • Current Macs will have a USB-C port.

  • Earlier models will have a Thunderbolt connection.

  • Connect your second monitor's USB,

  • HDMI, or VGA port

  • if you have the cable you need.

  • If you don't, you'll need to use a Thunderbolt

  • or USB-C extension.

  • Now you'll be able to plug your monitor into your MacBook.

  • Now turn on your monitor

  • and then start your computer.

  • From the top left, click the Apple logo

  • and then "System Preferences" from the drop-down.

  • Choose "Displays" from the menu,

  • and then click on the "Arrangement" tab.

  • You'll see both monitors shown as rectangles.

  • Your laptop monitor will have a tab

  • on the top of the rectangle, like this.

  • Your additional monitor won't.

  • Click and drag to move them into the position

  • that corresponds with your monitor layout.

  • If you want your monitors to display the same thing,

  • click the check mark here to mirror the display.

  • We're going to use ours as an extended display.

  • You'll now be able to move your mouse

  • and applications across both monitors.

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How To Connect A Laptop To A Monitor

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/17
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