It is very easy to connect multiple monitors to your computer, as all you need to do is connect a few cables. But when it comes to defining the main screen, things get a little more complicated.
Below we will see the ways in which you can change your main screen to Windows 10 both through your operating system settings and through the GPU settings, if available.
The setting to change your main screen to Windows 10 It's complicated, but it's extremely easy to do. Here are four simple steps to complete the process:
- Right-click anywhere on your desktop
- Select Screen Settings
- Select the screen you want to be your main screen and click "Make this my main screen"
- That was it, now you should have selected your new main screen
How to change the main screen on Windows 10 via the NVIDIA Control Panel
If your computer has an NVIDIA graphics card, you can also change your home screen to Windows 10, via the card settings program. Also known as the NVIDIA Control Panel. If you have not already installed it on your computer, download it from here. Now, let's go to the steps:
- Open the NVIDIA Control Panel
- On the left hand side, look under "Screen" and click "Multi-screen setup"
- Right click on the screen number you want as your main screen and click "Make primer"
- Click Apply
- Confirm all this by clicking "Yes"
How to change the main screen on Windows 10 via AMD Radeon settings
Similar to the NVIDIA control panel, AMD also has a configuration program where you can change your main screen to Windows 10. Again, if you have not installed the AMD program, you can download it from its official page.
Let's start with the process:
- Open AMD Radeon Settings
- Click Eyefinity in the upper right-hand corner of the window
- Click "Quick Install" to insert your screens
- Once you are done, you will see that you have the option to arrange the screens
- Click this option and arrange the screens in the order you want
- Exit the program and your settings will be saved
That was it, you have to set up all your screens through the AMD Radeon settings, setting the one you want as your main screen.