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3-04-2009 @ 6:26PM
If your system can handle it (mostly video card dependent in this case), I'd also highly recommend a dual-monitor setup. I've had my personal systems set up this way for a couple years now, and it's hard going back to one screen. Yeah, there's a bit of an initial investment involved, but for me it was well worth it.When playing WoW, I have WoW on my left monitor, while I have a web browser with wowhead or wowinsider open on the right monitor. Windowed mode (maximized) lets me mouse between them without any funky transitions or whatnot. Extremely convenient. It's also immensely helpful for writing papers (paper in one window, reference material in the other) and for artwork (full screened painting in one window with my pallete, navigator and other tools in the other window).
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