Multiple monitor support with seperate sessions

How I can have one PC have multiple monitors connected to it each displaying unique websites (each monitor have a seperate session)

If OS matters, I'm running Windows XP Pro.
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zephyr_hex (Megan)DeveloperCommented:
you need a dual display graphics card  (or however many monitors you want... they make quad graphics cards too).  you can then set the monitors to work as an extended desktop so each monitor will display something different.

you would then launch a web browser for however many monitors you have, and drag the browser across the extended desktop to the appropriate monitor.  in each browser, you can visit a different website

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zephyr_hex (Megan)DeveloperCommented:
oh yeah, you configure extended desktop in the display properties under the Settings tab.  click on the main monitor and select extend my desktop checkbox.

there will be installation instructions that come along with the multi-monitor graphics card.  
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