|01 Jul 2011||#1|
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How to turn off one monitor seperately using Power Mgmt?
I recently tried experimenting with multiple displays and I can't help but ponder if I can do something to make one display automatically turn off seperately from my main. I'm using a laptop and it's connected to an external monitor. I want it such that after x minutes, laptop screen would turn off, but the other monitor would only dim after x minutes.
Currently, Windows Power Management uses the same setting for both.
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