Desktop Mirroring - New Feature of Actual Multiple Monitors 3.1

  1. Introduction
  2. Desktop Mirroring
    1. Types of Desktop Mirroring
    2. Variants of Using Different Types of Desktop Mirroring
  3. Conclusion


1. Introduction

With the release of version 3.1, the Actual Multiple Monitors has acquired a new function - Desktop Mirroring. This feature provides the possibility to reflect any part of any desktop in a special window (or windows). This window also can be located anywhere on any display. At the moment, the Actual Multiple Monitors has several types of mirroring.

2. Desktop Mirroring

2.1. Types of Desktop Mirroring

  1. The Area around mouse pointer

  2. It is a type of mirroring, which reflects a desktop' area around the mouse pointer in the special mirroring window. Moving the mouse pointer over the image in the mirror' window is upd ated with a certain (presetted) intervals.


  3. Specified window

  4. It is the option of mirroring, which reflects any window to a special mirror window. Choose a window for mirroring by using target cursor or manually through Windows explorer. You can also set a configuration for mirroring only a specific window or any window of a program.


    Specified monitor

    This option is mirroring the entire desktop into a special mirror window. The mirror can be located on any monitor or on all monitors at once. The window' size can be changed (the main difference from standard mirroring of Windows 7).


    Arbitrary part of desktop

    This option allows you to display in mirror' window any part of a desktop. The size of the displayed part set in desktop coordinates manually or with the help of mouse pointer.


    For all types of mirroring you can set the zoom \ zoom out of scale for 10 times or activate the option of manual zooming \ zooming out with mouse pointer (as well as changing the size of normal windows ); reflect in mirror’ window the mouse pointer, and also se t the update interval for mirror’ window.

    2.2. Variants of Using Different Types of Desktop Mirroring

    1. The Area around mouse pointer

    2. Using this mirror' method a work with monitors that are far away from you becomes very easy. An example of such monitors can serve a network of advertising displays in supermarkets. Also this feature is useful when dealing with TV as a second monitor with low-sharpness.

    3. Specified window and Specified monitor

    4. These types of mirrors are help in working with a client, when you need the client to see certain information without looking at your monitor. Thus your (primary) monitor turn to you, and the client (secondary) monitor turn to a customer. This technology can be applied in the field of the work with clients. Travel agency, real estate, insurance, job center, bank, health care, for example.

    5. Arbitrary part of desktop

    6. This method of mirroring allows you to reflect a particular section of the desktop to other displays. This can be useful, for example, to accommodate any graphics (charts, tables, images, etc.) from a particular document, window, etc. (Without displaying the document itself) on all monitors of your PC. This method also useful when you working with presentations or working with the majority of windows and information, etc.

    3. Conclusion

    Actual Multiple Monitors is not standing still. It is constantly developed, reserving the right to name of the best multiple monitor software. The function of mirroring was needed a lot of our users and it has been embodied in the new version of the Actual Multiple Monitors 3.1. Your constructive opinions and suggestions to improve the Actual Multiple Monitors you will send us a feedback.