I would like to add a second monitor without plugging one, to use another computer as a second screen through TeamViewer. I used Win+P before, but since the update of Windows 10, it doesn't work anymore and I can't add manually a display in Settings.

Do you have any suggestions?

  • Have you tried putting the second TeamViewer screen on another (virtual) desktop and switching back and forth that way? – Señor CMasMas May 20 at 17:17
  • I do not really understand what you are suggesting. Could you more specific, please? What I try to do is to create another monitor on the host, and use the guest computer as a second screen, by displaying the second screen on the guest with TeamViewer. – jd6 May 20 at 18:46
  • What I am suggesting is using the virtual desktops built into windows to run your team-viewer instance in a "separate space". If you are still left puzzled, look up windows 10 virtual desktop.. – Señor CMasMas May 21 at 17:06
  • Thanks for your answer, but it doesn't seem to work. Indeed, I don't know if there is a parameter to change, but, by default, TeamViewer is not limited in one virtual desktop. If I switch to another desktop on the host, TeamViewer changes too on the guest. – jd6 May 22 at 7:11

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