Quote: Originally Posted by ICit2lol
Now a really dumb question if I were to run three monitors I take it I would be running either three different programs or three screens of the same program - sorry but I am clueless with this stuff
You could do both if you wished.
Typically you run multi monitors in 'extended' mode which will allow you to have two or more 'separate' screens. You can drag windows across the screens, have multiple apps open etc
ie Word on one, a browser on another, e-mail on a third and so and so forth.
The other method is 'cloned' which would display the same image on all screens.