Why more or less monitors is worse than your configuration?
Why is important use it in this way (position)?
Productivity is obvious, but what specific advantage?
A picture would be nice.
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1 monitor (15.6", 1024x800, notebook), 3 virtual desktop (Compiz-Fusion):
Sometimes I use my desktop monitor for displaying docs.
3 x 22" Dell Ultrasharp.
Two of them connected to Ubuntu desktop machine (on which I actually run my development env). One of them connected to Windows laptop (which I use for mostly for communicating with the rest of the company and web browsing).
So it's: 1. consoles 2. IDE 3. Outlook/Web Browser