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Windows 7: Two Computers One Monitor

03 Apr 2019   #11

Windows 7 pro 64-bit sp 1

HDMI vs. DisplayPort: Which Should I Use for My PC Monitor? |

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03 Apr 2019   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

This stuff is too technical for me lol. I'll need to read that again, though I don't game and have a standard Intel i3 setup with no extra graphics card, and no HDMI to worry about anyhow. So DisplayPort is plenty for me and nice and clean. Love not using that stupid VGA stuff. Thanks for the article.
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