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In the words of the immortal Omar of Nishapur: "the Winter cup of repentance fling" 
I'll be in it in 12 minutes unless some of the heavy ordnance going off around my house scores a direct hit: all the dogs in an area roughly a kilometer in diameter near my house are taking howl-along-karaoke to new levels.
It's the start of year 2565 in Thailand (Thai traditional New Year is in April).
Best wishes for the health and happiness of you and your families !
Let's share another year of great coding, intellectual adventures, friendly discourse unafraid of disagreement, and mutual education.
My 'working' setup is a 1080P laptop with two additional screens of lower resolution upstairs in my office/study. Being retired, occasionally I quite like to work in the sitting/drawing room where my awesome Hi-Fi setup resides, all 6,000 watts of it, and RDP into the work machine using my 1080P 'entertainment' laptop. Unfortunately this means no additional screens, as there is no space for them on the rather elegant antique escritoire I use as a desk downstairs. At present, the contents of the extra screens are dumped onto the main screen.
What I want to do is have the other screens reside in two Win 10 multiple desktops, so I can switch between screens. Switching between application windows won't hack it as I invariably have multiple windows open on each screen, like a calculator and a spreadsheet - and anyway, I'm too damn' old to change the way I work.
Does anybody know how this can be done, or even if this can be done. I have Bingled with no success other than suggestions to use mtsc /multimon, which, again, doesn't hack it.
...and while I am here, I wish all denizens of CP a happy, Covid free, and prosperous new year!
Thanks. I'm not enthused about running Linux, but searching for Remmina lead me to this page Running remmina on Windows - Remmina[^] , so I shall poke about with this as well. Should keep me out of trouble for the weekend!
Seriously though, Linux is so nice for home. It gives me a sense of control over my computers. and if you want a windows look alike from whatever era it does exist. I would recommend Linux Mint if you ever want to start playing with that.
for you Mac lovers. Garuda is pretty awesome.
REmmina on Winders. Who would have thunk it.
To err is human to really elephant it up you need a computer
Try Teamviewer. I think it is still free for personal use, and if the remote machine has multiple monitors, there is a handy button at the top to switch between them. You can also choose to display them separately if your host also has multiple monitors.