Krasnoyarsk, Russia, March 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Mirroring of a display over multiple monitors connected to the PC is a non-trivial solution under Windows OS. The native solution works as long as a user needs only one copy of the screen. If the user needs more, he has to install additional equipment like HDMI splitters or multiple graphic cards.
Meanwhile, a software solution to clone a display among two or more monitors is already here. Actual Multiple Monitors, a multi-display toolbox, has obtained a capability to mirror one monitor contents to multiple others. Importantly, duplicating of screen contents is achieved with software, so no additional devices are required for that. The principal advantage of the method is its true simplicity: a user installs Actual Multiple Monitors, creates a full screen mirror on every monitor and enjoys multiple cloned screens.
The program supports hardware acceleration of the mirroring on Windows Vista and above OS, so even graphics-intensive applications like full screen games and media players are cloned without a glitch.
"You can save a lot using the new feature," comments Mikhail Tretyakov, a CEO at Actual Tools. "No extra hardware, no signal splitters - just install the tool and see the result!"
Pricing and availability
Actual Multiple Monitors works on Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and supports both x86 and x64 editions. The price for a single license is 24.95 USD with volume discounts available.
Actual Tools is a provider of desktop and window management software since 2002. Products developed by the company constantly receive positive impact from users and press. Each program by Actual Tools, a user friendly piece of software itself, brings more convenience to Windows by adding quick-access yet powerful functions.
Company website: http://www.actualtools.com
Product page: http://www.actualtools.com/multiplemonitors/