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Solved Can you trick windows into thinking 1600x900 is 1080P


Sisrace

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Hi, i currently have 2 monitors set up.
one 20" 1600x900 and one 21.5" 1920x1080 display.
The thing is when i try playing. like minecraft for example i try dragging out the window over 2 monitors, but i have a pretty big line on the 1080P monitor that is not covered. i just wonder if i can make windows think the 1600x900 monitor is 1080P for a while
 

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