Multiple Monitors Blog

Computer hardware, software and anything else multi-screen related

Introducing TraderSpec.com a New Resource For Traders

Introducing our newest resource for traders, TraderSpec.com, a website dedicated to showing you exactly what different hardware choices will mean to your trading...

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Intel Coffee Lake CPU’s Are Here (Finally!)

Intel Coffee Lake / 8th generation chips are here, and they offer big performance jumps in certain workloads, learn more here...

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Windows 10 Blank Screens with White Cursor / Frozen Loading Screen

A recent Microsoft update has caused issues for some people using multiple monitors, if you have blank / black screens with a cursor, or your machine freezes on booting up then here is how to fix it...

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Kaby Lake X CPU – Fast, Expensive, & Best For Trading?

Intel’s new Kaby Lake X processors, fast at certain types of workloads which may make them the perfect trading computer processor.

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Intel Introduce The First i9 Processor

Summer 2017 saw a new round of Intel CPU releases, this time they are updating their ‘Enthusiast’ processor line up, replacing the Broadwell E chips with newer, more powerful Skylake X models....

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i3’s, i5’s and i7’s – An Explaination

Confused about i3’s, i5’s and i7’s? You’re not the only one. Learn why Intel’s branding is so confusing and improve your knowledge to make a more informed choice for your new processor.

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M.2 Solid State Drives – Even Better Performance Levels

When only the absolute best performance is required use a new M.2 Solid State Hard Drive, learn why they are a faster option here...

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Display Fusion

Coming Soon...

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Screen Resolutions Guide

Your monitor resolution is a setting which basically represents the number of pixels displayed on your screen to make up the image you see. As you are probably aware, pixels are tiny dots which...

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An Introduction To The Newer Wireless Network Technologies (And Why You Should Be Bothered)

Wireless networking has come a long way from over the past 10 years or so. It has gone from a patchy and unreliable technology to a staple of most homes and businesses, something that is relied on daily by a lot of people and one of those things that is just expected to work.

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