Seeking advice on where to put my computer desk(s) relative to the east window in new office, considering 1: Brightness behind monitors contrasting with screen as it probably won't be against a wall so I can access both front and back of computer towers, 2: Glare on monitors, and 3: Screen privacy from window peepers and roommates, I'm wanting to mostly leave the window unblinded so I can leave plants at the window. and maybe the view will be nice.

@brettleeper Had a similar problem with glare coming from a window behind the screen. I resolved it by rotating the desk 90 degrees. I can still look out the window if I like, and I don't have a problem with glare any more.

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