NVIDIA® nView™ multi-display software—bundled free with NVIDIA® desktop, workstation, mobile, platform, and multimedia software solutions—provides a revolutionary way to multitask and process information more easily. Instead of stacking window upon window within the confines of a single display, you can spread your work across multiple displays. For example, financial analysts can have a monitor for tracking each data stream while graphic artists can use an entire display for palettes, and another for editing.

A variety of nView display features enable you to further manipulate and configure your display settings to optimise the use of your displays:


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Special Display Capabilities

With the NVIDIA Control Panel, you can set up multi-display configurations for all displays in the system, including displays connected to non-NVIDIA graphics processors. For example, you can enable Clone mode between a display connected to an NVIDIA GPU and a display connected to the integrated graphics processor. This is a unique NVIDIA feature that is not available through the Windows control panel or the integrated graphics control panel.

Some Display Settings are Dependent on the Graphics Processor Used

Some display settings may be available only from within the control panel of the graphics processor driving the display.

For example, while you can use the NVIDIA Control Panel to configure basic settings for all displays, some advanced features of the NVIDIA Control Panel are available only if displays are connected to the GPU. There may also be additional settings for displays connected to the integrated graphics that are available only in the integrated graphics control panel.