Working on Two Fronts: ATi's Radeon VE Handles Two Monitors

Dual Monitor Support With Hydravision


This picture shows how dual-monitor operations are typically applied in a home office. On the left VGA cathode ray tube monitor you have 2D applications like Word and Excel, while the flat panel on the right shows a DVD. In the same vein, you can open an Internet browser on the right-hand screen for a search while writing documents using the left-hand screen. Which application is opened where is up to the user.

The Radeon VE driver package includes the Hydravision software from Appian Graphics free of charge. The user's attention is immediately drawn to the display extension.

Every Windows application contains two additional buttons in the upper right-hand corner. This makes positioning the windows on both screens much easier - a positive aspect of the software's usability.

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