I presently use multiple monitors connected to dual video cards, sometimes three, sometimes four.
I have a second computer that is sitting idle on a garage shelf since my last round robin upgrade (mine, my wife's, then my daughter's - bet you know the routine). I don't remember exactly what the specifications are, but feel sure it would be fully adequate for WideFS purposes.
I have considered bringing the unused computer down and implementing it on my secondary monitors with WideFS, however if I understand correctly secondary windows integral to MSFS cannot be used in this way, only programs running outside of FS.
A secondary question in the two computer implmentation is, is there any way to switch back and forth between computers with a common keyboard and mouse with duplex components, or are individual units required? I do have a laptop that might be another option which should negate mouse and/or keyboard duplication if it were used.
A third question is, the older computer has a Windows 98 operating system installed while my primary system is XPPro; Is there a conflict here to implement WideFS? (The Laptop has Windows XP)?
If you use WideFS and have found it to be more beneficial than my present single computer/multiple Video/monitor configuration, any comments, recommendations, and ideas for its use (i.e. displays/programs implemented etc.) sure would be appreciated.