About a few weeks ago I replaced my 4 22″ BenQ GW2265 1080p monitors, with 1 32″ BenQ EW3270U 4K UHD monitor.Using 4 monitors for the last 5 1/2 years, I got very comfortable. I was worried that moving to one large screen may not work. Have 4 screens, forced me to use the space you have. The resolution of the BenQ EW3270U equals 4 x 1080p screens, I do not use the same way as I did before. With the one large screen, I still separate the screen to fit 4 windows equally.
Here are the specs of the monitor
Screen Size 31.5 inch
Panel Type VA
Backlight Technology LED backlight
Resolution (max.) 3840×2160
Brightness (typ.) 300nits
Brightness (peak)(HDR) 300nits
Native Contrast 3000:1
Viewing Angle (L/R) (CR>=10) 178/178
Response Times (GtG) 4 ms
Refresh Rate (Hz) 60
Color Gamut 95% P3
Picture Mode Cinema HDR ,ECO ,Game ,HDR ,Low Blue Light ,M-Book ,Photo ,Rec.709 ,sRGB ,Standard ,User
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Display Colors 1.07 billion colors
Display Screen Coating Anti-Glare
Color Temperature Bluish ,Normal ,Reddish ,User Define
Gamma 1.8 – 2.6
Thanks to Windows 11 new feature, it makes dividing your space so much easier than Windows 10. At the top right-hand corner where you can minimize, maximize, or close the window, if you put your mouse over the square and leave it for a second, a pop-up window comes up with options to place your current programs. It’s a great way to divide your desktop workspace .
My other new favourite option I discovered, (I know it’s been around for a while) is the task view option. With task view, I can create multiple desktops. So I will use about 3+ desktops at once. Each with its own purpose. This way I can keep the tasks I’m doing together on each separate desktop without anything interfering with each other.