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Most of the developers in my division use contiguous monitors. They're
using Windows NT.
A developer friend of mine researched using Win95 for this purpose--he was
working on a kiosk and wanted to be able to hook multiple monitors up to the
same computer. As far as I know he was not able to. It's one of the main
reasons he ended up beta testing Win98--because support for contiguous
monitors was a new feature.
Sella Rush mailto:sellar -at- apptechsys -dot- com
Applied Technical Systems (ATS)
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