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Prime Day: LG 32QN600-B 32-Inch QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Monitor with HDR 10, AMD FreeSync with Dual HDMI Inputs, Black - $209

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32" QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Display
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Quote from PeteyTheStriker :
If your software can run in window mode than yes..... Doing what your doing is the reason I hate large monitors like this I rather get 2 23-27" monitors and set them up side by side when I am running multiple applications. That allows me to have applications running independently with no scaling issues or anything else that could happen when sharing real estate on one big monitor.

When gaming I keep my game constantly in one monitor and all my communication and recording stuff as well as general web surfing in the other.

When working all my main workload is in one monitor, email and communication in the other. I find it vastly more efficient then what I seen with people having large curved 32" monitors.
What resolution are your 2 smaller monitors? I like your idea, but I don't want to need to spend a ton on 2 monitors.
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Quote from DobieDoinMeLikeThat :
Anyone know if this monitor allows for split screen to run two applications side by side on the monitor?
This doesn't work fir every app and may not be your use case. If you're on a Windows OS, you can press windows key and one of the arrow keys to move and app around and have it take up 1/2 or 1/4 of the screen. I do this with Outlook so I can see my email on one side and calendar on the other. With a 43in screen I can see 4 apps simultaneously.
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What resolution are your 2 smaller monitors? I like your idea, but I don't want to need to spend a ton on 2 monitors.
They are capable of 2k but I run them at 1080 cause I like the resolution better for most things I do including gaming, personal preference. In the office I used 2k a lot when I had a ton of spreadsheets open and documentation to read through.

1080 monitors even for 3 can sometimes be had for way less than one of these guys at full price. At 2k it can get pricier, all depends what your really looking to do. If your only running one application at a time it wont matter to you as much as if your running 2-3-4 applications at the same time.
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Use Microsoft FancyZones for a software solution

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/...powertoys/
Still can have software related issues and scaling problems depending on applications. That is why I prefer to separate pieces of hardware.
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OOS at this price
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