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+ - The Multiple Monitor Productivity Myth

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "It's common knowledge that multiple monitors increase productivity, but there isn't actually any research to support that assertion. However, studies have shown that there are a few simple tweaks to the work environment that do increase productivity. Among them: use high temperature light sources and keep office plants."
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The Multiple Monitor Productivity Myth

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