In this day and age - many of us carry laptops. Some of us are "lucky enough" to have a monitor to plug out laptops into - thus giving us a "dual monitor" configuration. But, what happens when the "extra monitor" we have is on the left of the laptop/primary monitor? How many of us have "settled" for sliding off the right hand side of the screen to get to the "left monitor"? There is a very easy solution to this (at least in Windows).

In your display settings (where you enable the second monitor) there is a graphical image of 2 monitors that you can actually drag and drop them into the position that you want.

The monitor settings initially show #1 on the left and #2 on the right. You can click and drag the number 2 monitor over to the left side of number 1. What that does is still makes the monitor in front of you #1 and the one to your left #2 but when the mouse moves across the screen it will make the correct exit and entry when going from one screen to the other.

This feature also works if your monitors are sitting one on top of the other or perhaps sitting corner to corner.