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I tried this command, windows-p on 2 win10 devices, worked on both. This also worked on both, a dell and HP, try FN-f4. Should do the same. As I say, though, for me, both works, so not sure whether if windows-p fails, fn-f4 will, too, or not.
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On 23 Oct 2016, at 3:26 pm, Carter Temm <email@example.com> wrote:
OK, I'll copy a message I received on another mailing list, as I think it's something that one of you may have run into or be able to help with. Anyway, here it is.
In earlier versions of windows (8.1, 8, 7, etc) you could run "displayswitch /external" from cmd or the run dialog, or press windows+p and select "second screen only" to turn off the monitor while still being able to use the machine with a screen reader.
This was useful on laptops, where battery life and privacy are concerns.
However, this feature seems to be unavailable in Windows 10 on a number of machines. For these systems, what is the best way to do this? Basically something like the "screen curtain" on Apple devices.