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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Mar 6, 2020

Mobile Dual Display App

Anyone that’s been using dual monitors on their work or home computer can’t imagine working any other way.

If you have to travel a lot, taking a second display doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, unless you already carry an iPad in your laptop bag. 

Those that have been using all Apple products have been able to connect their iPad to their Mac Laptops for years, but what most Windows laptop users don’t seem to know is that they can do the same thing.

There’s an app called Duet Display that can be installed on either a Mac or Windows computer and an iPad to magically connect them as a mobile dual display setup.

For those that have never used dual displays, having the ability to drag an app over to a second screen so that both are viewable in full-screen mode is awesome and very productive.

By the way, if you have one of the larger iPhone models, you can use it as a second display as well using