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Our client has a setup where a PC is connected to 12 monitors. I need a script that will open 12 different web pages, one on each monitor. The PC is running Windows 7 and any browser will do.

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Is it a single Output for the 12 screens of he has 12 outputs? – r0ca Jul 26 '10 at 15:06
possible duplicate of Open browser window at specified screen / coordinates – fixer1234 May 19 '15 at 6:47

A solution for this can be hacked together very quickly if the dimensions of each screen are known.

I would tackle it with AutoHotkey using the functions Run, WinWait, and WinMove. If you would like to maximize each window, AutoHotkey can do that too :)

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Suggesting that a solution should be possible is not a solution. This does not answer the question. – fixer1234 May 19 '15 at 0:56

Here is a good article on how to make the most of your multiple monitors

There was also a similar question asked on stackoverflow. You might be able to create a simple index page which uses javascript's to create a new browser with relative position to the index page.

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