Thank you, Cesar.
Still not lucky, cannot create the virtual VGA display after upgraded the driver to 10.18.14.4264.
Could you please let me know the model of the notebook you are trying to create the Virtual VGA Display?
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Briefly speaking, do you know how to create the virtual VGA display under Surface Pro 3 (Win 10)?
Does any undocumented registry setting for us to re-enable this feature?
I understand the option for adding a Virtual Monitor was not enabled on Windows* 10.
As an alternative, the easiest way I found (as an alternative for Windows* 10 is not what we are used to refer as a "fake display") is called "Virtual Desktop".
Currently, Windows* 10 allows us to have multiple desktops, I added 10+ and could continue on the Surface 3*.
Please follow these steps in order to create and switch through the "Virtual Desktops":
1- Attach a USB keyboard to your Surface Pro 3*(Running Windows 10*).
2- Press Win+Tab keys simultaneously. (You will see all of your active programs adjusted. In the same screen, bottom right corner, you will see Add Desktop functionality. and you may Click it).
3- The new generated desktop is not a "fake". It is designed for multi-tasking. It shares desktop icons, however, it does not share the programs of them.
Here are the keyboard shortcuts for quickly managing virtual desktops:
1- Windows Key + Ctrl + D /Creates a new virtual desktop and switch to it immediately.
2- Windows Key + Ctrl + F4 /Closes the current virtual desktop.
3- Windows Key + Ctrl + Left / Right – Switch to the virtual desktop on the left or right.
Unfortunately, there is no key combination(Yet) that will move the current window between virtual desktops.
Please let me know if this works for you.
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comparing the differences between 10.18.10.3304 and 10.18.10.4170
show some changes have being made to the driver install script (igdlh64.inf) https://www.diffchecker.com/ajqn5e7w
the main difference i can see is the removal of
HKR,, EnableFakeTV, %REG_DWORD%, 01
Thank you, Cesar.
sorry for the late reply.
Virtual desktop looks good, but we have to support win7&8, too.
And i don't know if we can take a screenshot from the inactive virtual desktop.