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Windows 7: how can i play games and youtube my 2th screen without startmenu


30 May 2014   #1

windows 7 64
 
 
how can i play games and youtube my 2th screen without startmenu

hallo evryone i have problems whith my seccond screen.
i instald it to use fore playing movies and play games at my seccond screen
but evry tine i start a game ore play a youtube movie the full screen mode onley can op up at my first screen whith my start menu
how can i play youtube movies ore games at my screen where is no start menu????
help me pleace cuz its verry annoying
cuz i multytatch verry mutch....!

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30 May 2014   #2

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

You need to make the primary monitor for the software you are using become the second one. If you drag Firefox or what ever program over to your second screen it should launch there from then onward and I think it will endeavour to play full-screen plugins on that same screen. As for games, you're out of luck with that. The games need to support it explicitly and I do not think many if any do.

There might be third party software that can do what you are asking for for games that I am not aware of.
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