I'm in an odd situation, where it would be beneficial to be able to take a single 3840x1080 monitor and have Windows treat it as if it was actually two 1920x1080 monitors - one as the Windows "default" display and the second as a normal extended display, allowing applications to be maximized to one or the other etc.
EDIT: I'm specifically looking for a way to make the OS treat two areas of my monitor as if they were physically separate displays - just making the windows snap to one side or the other is not enough to resolve this issue. Therefore this is not a duplicate of Windows Split Desktop Utility [closed]
I'd want the GPU to operate as close to normally as possible, with maximum GPU performance on both of the "logical" displays.
Is there any way to accomplish this within the OS?
Would custom code be necessary?
(If so, this is not a total deal breaker.)
The GPU being used here is the NVIDIA GTX 860M 4GB