In my experience, it is always the other way around. When auto-switching is enabled, the monitor will switch to the first signal is detects and will stay on that input even if a new signal appears on another input. It will switch to the second signal only when manually switched or when the first is disconnected....and will usually automatically switch to most recent turned on....
Maybe you have two computers and only one display (or only space for one display on the desktop)? Or a games console?Can you share with us why you want to connect two computers to one display?
I have two computers, one is my big Dell desktop and the other is my little Surface Go. The Go is used primarily as a "tablet" for media consumption and occasionally in a more "laptop" role while the desktop is used for "heavy lifting" (read: Photoshop, film scanning, ...). I have little space for my computer desk so I have only one large (23") monitor. Occasionally, it is advantageous to connect the Go to the large monitor. The include:Can you share with us why you want to connect two computers to one display?
“Thursday.”So what's the computer term for using multi computers with multi displays?
Multiple computers with Multiple displays = 1 computer per display = "normal"So what's the computer term for using multi computers with multi displays?