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Win+p -> Duplicate with shortcut?
I'm working on a utility to ease the startup of my MCE. Since I use my computer as a workstation and as a media center, I want the monitors to have different resolutions at these times (higher resolution when using the computer and monitor as a workstation, and "TV-resolution" when using the computer with the TV.
To do this, I need another utility or perhaps a build in Windows 7 command to activate my TV as a secondary monitor, and to set the monitors in clone mode.
In other (and less) words: Is there any command/shortcut that does exactly what happens when you press Win+p and select "Duplicate"?
I appreciate any help or tips regarding this, thanks!
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