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I cannot move windows into the Secondary display

Answer

Windows needs to know the physical arrangement of the displays on your desk. E.g. If your Secondary PC's monitor is located on the left, Windows expects you to move the mouse over the left border of your Primary PC to reach the Secondary PC monitor. Solution: Check and adjust the secondary display location setting in the Windows Display Properties

A few software programs may not allow you to drag document windows out of its main boundary window. In this case, please leave the full-screen mode of the application by clicking on the middle button in the upper right corner of the program's title bar and resize the window that it covers both monitors (primary display and secondary DoubleView monitor). Then you can arrange internal windows residing in the host application across both monitors.

Product: DoubleView
KB: 349  Last updated: Mar 22, 2006

 
 
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