When you listen to music on your computer with iTunes, the free application from Apple, you may enjoy watching the dancing graphics that move to the music when you display the iTunes Visualizer. If you have two displays connected to your computer, you may have one set up for specific tasks, such as spreadsheets and word processing, and use the other monitor for music and videos. You can easily make the iTunes visualizer appear on both screens.
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Launch iTunes on your computer. Click a song in your iTunes library to select it, then click the "Play" button, or double-click the name of a song to start playing it.
Click "View" from the iTunes menu.
Click "Show Visualizer." The images start playing in response to the music.
Click the "Start" button on your computer.
Click "Control Panel."
Click "Adjust Screen Resolution" under "Appearance and Personalization."
Click the "Multiple Displays" drop-down menu, then click "Duplicate These Displays." Click "OK." The iTunes Visualizer appears on both of the computer's displays.
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