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Windows Blue has leaked onto the Internet, giving brave users a showcase of what's to come. A video has emerged which shows the updated version of Windows 8 running across multiple monitors.
A recent update to the developer version of Google's Chrome OS finally adds multi-monitor support, allowing Chromebooks to extend their monitors to another device.
After briefly posting and then removing a post on the official Windows 8 blog about multi-monitor support last week, Microsoft has reposted the blog entry, which includes Release Preview info.
In a post that appeared briefly on Building Windows 8, Microsoft has outlined some of the mult-monitor enhancements that are coming to Windows 8 including the extended taskbar and wallpaper support