Windows 8 – Dual-Screen Goodness

So, on a dual-screen setup, Windows 8 does some things differently from Windows 7. For example, the Taskbar is now duplicated across both screens:

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While this looks odd at first, where it really works is when running a full-screen Metro styled application, such as the Start screen itself:

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Now, you can have the best of both worlds. This is especially beneficial when you consider developing a Metro app in the newly released Visual Studio 11 Beta

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