Where is a place where you might find a person working with TWO computers on their desk? Some people find it challenging to be able to manage one computer, let alone two and the one they have may take up a significant portion of desk real estate. How and why would anyone need two computers?
Many graphic designers and computer programmers often work with two computers on their desk for several reasons. They need to be able to run software, check their work and to work with several different programs at once without risking crashing (or slowing down) one of the computers while they’re working.
Dual desk computer monitors usually have an 18″ screen or larger, but will not usually go over 21″ because of space issues. These size monitors allow the person working with them to be able to “see” their work crisp and clear and because those sizes usually have a more hardier memory core. This means that they can hold more work in less space within the computer.
Dual computers allow the worker to manage several tasks at once, all at their fingertips. Designers can make changes on one computer, and see their changes on the other computer without having to click away and open another window, and also to reduce their production time. Vacillating between tabbed windows or screens on a computer can significantly reduce the person’s production time and slow them down.
Engineers, programmers and web developers are also other career positions that benefit from the use of dual computers since they require work-check as they work along. The computers side-by-side allow them to keep an eye on the changes as they work. Just about any job where each step involved creates a reaction is a good reason to need dual desk computers and help avoid any work issues.