This is the transcript of the 'Using as a second screen' video
A great aspect of having the MLD is your ability to use it as a second screen for your teacher device with different content displayed on each device. There are several reasons why you may want to connect a second display. Perhaps, as the teacher, you might want to display content for a large group of students on the main screen while providing feedback with an individual student on your teacher device. Here are some ways to connect your windows device, connect your windows device to the MLD using a HDMI cable through the front input panel. The MLD should automatically detect the additional input or you may need to manually select it. Click on the notifications button in the bottom right corner of the screen. Click on the project button or use the keyboard shortcut to open the projection options between your device and the second screen, you'll be given four options. PC screen only, will connect the second screen but maintain the active windows on the teacher device.
Duplicate, will show the same image on the teacher device and on the second screen. Extend, will allow you to move windows between the two screens. You also have the ability to select which screen is the primary and secondary screen, going to start, settings, system and then display on your teacher device. You are now free to use other tabs or windows on your teacher device. This may include working with a student who needs assistance with their work. Second screen only, will only show your teacher device screen on the second display in this case, on the MLD.
If you would like to use the windows connect app to wisely catch your windows laptop to the mini PC, please follow the instructions in the appropriate video. You are also able to adjust what is displayed on the MLD and your device screen using the step above to extend, duplicate or set the primary and secondary screen. Don't forget, you can also snap multiple windows to the one screen to make the most of the display area. This is useful when using multiple applications. If you have a MacBook or Chromebook connect using the HDMI cable and an appropriate adapter to follow the steps you would take to extend or duplicate the screen. We hope this has given you an insight into using the MLD as a second display for your teacher device. If you have a MacBook or Chromebook connect using the HDMI cable and an appropriate adapter. Follow the steps you would take to duplicate or extend the screen. We hope this has given you an insight into using the MLD as a second display for your teacher device.
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