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Can you use Parallels on a 2nd monitor?


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I use Parallels on my system to run Windows. Someone was telling me that you can set it up so that Parallels runs on a 2nd monitor keeping your main laptop monitor OS X. Is is true I can hook a monitor into the video out and set it up so that Parallels runs Windows on this 2nd monitor?
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I have no idea the answer to your question, but if the answer is "no," then it'd be a really awesome suggestion to make for the next release of Parallels.

Hopefully we wont lose track of this idea...

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Just drag the Parallels window to the second monitor and maximize it.

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Yes, that's how I run windows. Drag the parallels window to the second screen. After starting windows, select full screen mode.
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