If you have multiple displays or an external projector, you might find the built-in feature of Windows 10 to change the active display and the sharing mode of your current desktop useful. The feature called Project allows the user to have only the primary screen enabled, duplicate it on a second display, extend it across all displays, or use the second screen only. You can create a shortcut to activate any of these 4 settings. Let's see how it can be done.
When you have configured your additional displays for duplicating your primary screen, you might want to disable notification toasts. For example, if you are giving a presentation, you wouldn't want notifications to distract you. In this article, we'll see how you can hide or show notifications when you are duplicating your primary screen in Windows 10.