Do you want to play a game on your second monitor? Maybe you want to keep an eye on a chat window or web browser on your primary display while gaming on the second screen. Or maybe you just want to get the most out of your dual monitor setup. Whatever the reason, opening games on a second monitor is easy to do.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to open games on a second monitor:
- First, open the game you want to play on your primary monitor. If the game is already open, skip to step 2.
- On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and P at the same time. This will open the Project menu.
- Click the Extend option. Your game will now be open on both monitors.
- To move your game to the second monitor, click the game window and drag it to the other display. You can also use your mouse to click and drag the game window to the other monitor.
And that’s it! You can now game on your second monitor while keeping an eye on other things on your primary display. If you want to move your game back to the primary monitor, just follow the same steps and select the PC screen option.