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Subject: RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop
Thread ID: 330627 Message ID: 331033 # Views: 51 # Ratings: 1
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Date: Monday, December 26, 2011 3:52:37 AM         
   


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> >

> > Desktop Laptop
> > 1. Upgrade components Easy A bit limited
> > 2. Multiple Monitors (LCD) 3 or more (Cetin's using 3) 2 at most (mine has dual screen)
> > 3. Mobility Stuck in the house Can bring with you anywhere
> > 4. Storage Can have multiple hard disk 1 HD but you can use external drive via USB port
> >

> >
> > Currently, I'm using 2 laptops, 1 as a server for testing purposes and 1 for workstation with dual screen for better coding.
> >
> > (coffee)
> > It's never too late.
> > My New Website:  Glen Villar

> > http://fruitypc.blogspot.com
> > http://walkingwonderland.blogspot.com
>
> what is dual screen ?
>
>
> Warm Regards,
> mk.


Dual literally means "two" screen; to be used simultaneously. One is the laptop's own screen and the other one maybe a CRT or LCD monitor connected to the vga port of the laptop.

You can use it either as "dual" or what you see on the laptop screen is likewise seen on the CRT or LCD; or extended/expanded (sometimes called Desktop Extension) which means you will have two separate desktop, i.e., the screen on your laptop is not the same on what is on CRT/LCD. To move objects from screen one to screen two, all you need to do is drag it. Of course, it can only be dragged from one screen to another when it is not maximized.

Desktop Extension is very useful for higher management in that they can drag on screen number 2 the things they always need to see like outlook, or an excel file, or a module of your project showing summary of transactions that constantly updates itself, for instance; while keeping on laptop's screen the things they need to close and open.


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Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Neeraj Charne @ 12/21/2011 10:51:09 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Anders Altberg @ 12/21/2011 11:11:43 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Stefan Wuebbe @ 12/21/2011 12:06:55 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Anil Sharma @ 12/21/2011 3:51:01 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by anand kulkarni @ 12/22/2011 4:44:07 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Ciprian Zaharia @ 12/22/2011 3:20:37 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Rahul Moudgill @ 12/22/2011 4:27:48 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by anand kulkarni @ 12/22/2011 4:41:36 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by tushar @ 12/22/2011 6:06:48 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by anand kulkarni @ 12/23/2011 4:51:08 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Rahul Moudgill @ 12/23/2011 1:05:53 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by tushar @ 12/23/2011 3:03:00 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Suresh Adhikari @ 12/23/2011 11:06:34 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by tushar @ 12/23/2011 3:26:20 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Jun Tangunan @ 12/22/2011 7:53:58 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by onytoo @ 12/22/2011 11:01:34 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Cetin Basoz @ 12/22/2011 1:10:08 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by tushar @ 12/22/2011 2:38:57 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by mk sharma @ 12/23/2011 8:24:40 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Glen Villar @ 12/23/2011 11:46:19 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by mk sharma @ 12/24/2011 7:11:08 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Glen Villar @ 12/26/2011 12:21:57 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Jun Tangunan @ 12/26/2011 3:52:37 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Tom Saddul @ 12/26/2011 3:11:20 PM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by Neeraj Charne @ 12/27/2011 9:52:13 AM
RE: Desktop v/s. Laptop Posted by anand kulkarni @ 12/29/2011 7:01:52 AM