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I have a VB.Net application which needs to data on two seperate monitors.

I have a VB.Net application which needs to data on two seperate monitors. The data displayed will be different.

Could this be done using two video cards and I specify / address which one to update ?

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8/22/2022 - Mon

This isn't typically something that you'd do inside your program.   In fact, I'd suggest that you not attempt to determine which windows is on what monitor.  Instead, just let the user size and place the windows where ever he/she/it wants.

Dual monitors are more of a hardware and device driver thing... there's very little that a user-mode application should be attempting to do with device drivers, etc.
Jaime Olivares

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Thanks guys, this gives me something to try.
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