Multiple Screens Overview
The Multiple Screens feature for Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET allows multiple screens to be connected to a device. You can use these multiple screens as one large combined screen to create more screen space for applications. This extra space is useful whenever you need to maximize your on-screen workspace and is especially useful in publishing, Web development, or video editing.
When you connect multiple screens to a device, objects can travel seamlessly between screens. In other words, you can drag a window or shortcut from one screen to another and you can increase the size of a window so that the window covers more than one screen.
The following table shows operating system design information for Multiple Screens.
|Dependencies||Requires standard GWES and ATI XL sample display driver features.|
|Hardware considerations||Requires all cards on a multiple screen system to be ATI Victoria Graphics Development Card for Embedded Systems.|
Modules and Components
The following table shows the components and modules that implement Multiple Screens.
Operating System Development Topics
Application Development Topics
Last updated on Friday, April 09, 2004
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