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Windows 10 - How to Setup Individual or Multi Monitor Slideshows. No extra software required.

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Yes, in Windows 10 you can have individual pictures on each monitor but you can also have a slideshow on each monitor or one that spans your monitors. By setting two Windows 10 background options in sequence you can setup Windows 10 so it not only displays a different picture on each monitor but have a slideshow operate on each monitor independently. Additionally, you can easily download or create double wide images to create double wide slideshows that span both monitors.

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