I’m a big fan of working with two or more monitors, and it’s something I’ll continue to recommend to everyone who spends any length of time working with their computer. The next best thing is to work with a virtual desktop program to gain access to extra workspace, but Dexpot is an app that combines the best of both worlds.
Even if you already have multiple monitors in use, surely you could still make use of a little extra space or some better organization? As well as being tremendously useful, Dexpot also gains points for being incredibly good looking – this is more than just your average virtual desktop tool.
Your monitor is pretty important. You can spend all the money in the world on the hardware inside your case but you’re never going to actually look at that. The monitor will be the actual device that reflects all your hard-work and will be staring into all day. For this reason your screen needs to be high quality and be the same standard as everything else inside.
In this article, I’m going to discuss my four of my favorite displays on the market, showing you what you can actually get for your money. We’re not going to get too crazy though. This means $1000+ IPS panels are out. We’re going to stick to the more affordable ones this time around. Read on to find out more!
Ahh. Multi monitors. You either get them or you don’t. I confess I didn’t get them till I actually got to use them in a real world scenario. Your IDE on one monitor and the browser or debugger on the other? Or research material on one monitor and an empty WordPress post page on the other? Pure bliss!
This week I’d like to know how many monitors you have on your desk, both at work and at home. Has a multi-display setup improved your efficiency? Laptop users, do you dock your laptop with an external display? I’d love to hear from you!
So vote away and as always, we’d love to hear your thoughts – simply post a comment below!