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Participate in KScreen Survey: How do you setup your screen(s)?

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Screen management can be a tricky task with conventional tools: if you want to rearrange the position of your displays, change the resolution, or switch a screen on / off you need to run a complicated configuration routine.

Recently, a screen management software was introduced that massively improves user experience when working with multiple monitors: KScreen. It provides a modern, intuitive and user-friendly interface to configure connected displays, their position, rotation, or resolution.

Based on these core features we run a survey about the requirements of screen management tools.

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