Modern operating systems give us various options to work on them and one of many is the ability to use multiple monitors to have a better perspective of the data we are working on, so when using two screens, in this case in Ubuntu 21.04, we are in the possibility of managing various applications in each one of them without saturating a single one, this is not only a better order of the information but also a better access to it..
By using these two screens, we can use various functions and one of them is to duplicate the screen so that everything that is done in one is reflected in the other. TechnoWikis will explain how to mirror screen in Ubuntu 21.04.
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How to mirror screen in Ubuntu 21.04
To do this we open Ubuntu 21.04, we go to Activities and there we look for "Monitors":
We select Monitors and we will see the available monitors:
Let's observe that Ubuntu 21.04 automatically detects which monitor we are working on at that moment:
We can change the location of these monitors if we wish:
You can manage settings such as orientation:
Or the resolution of the monitor. To mirror the screen in Ubuntu 21.04, we go to the "Mirror" section. There we have the same adjustment options for the orientation, resolution or the percentage of scaling of the screen. We click Apply to complete the process.
Also, it is possible to use a single screen from the "Single Screen" section.
This is the simple way to manage the screens in Ubuntu 21.04 and to be able to duplicate it if it is the case..