If you’re looking to increase your productivity and get more done, an extra monitor can be a big help. But how do you connect an extra monitor to your laptop? Here’s a step-by-step guide:
- First, you’ll need to purchase an extra monitor. Make sure to get one that’s compatible with your laptop.
- Next, find the video output port on your laptop. This is usually located on the side or back of the laptop.
- Now, connect one end of a video cable to the video output port on your laptop. The other end of the cable will connect to the input port on the back of the monitor.
- Once the cable is connected, power on both the laptop and the monitor. You should see your laptop’s display on the monitor.
- If you don’t see your laptop’s display on the monitor, you may need to adjust your laptop’s display settings. To do this, open the Display Settings menu. This can usually be found in the Control Panel on Windows, or in the System Preferences on a Mac.
- In the Display Settings menu, you should see an option to select which display is your primary display. Make sure the extra monitor is selected as the primary display.
- You may also need to adjust the resolution and refresh rate of the extra monitor. To do this, open the Display Properties menu. This can usually be found in the Control Panel on Windows, or in the System Preferences on a Mac.
- In the Display Properties menu, select the extra monitor and then adjust the resolution and refresh rate settings. Once you’ve made your changes, click Apply to save them.
- That’s it! You should now have an extra monitor connected to your laptop. Enjoy your increased productivity!