With all due respect, if you wanted to run three monitors ever since you bought the machine you wouldn't have bought an Acer (or any other major brand for that matter) machine in the first place.
So you're either telling me you don't know how to do it, or you don't know how to do it.
Thanks, but you really didn't help.
To set you straight - I only intended to run two monitors when I bought the machine. It wasn't sold as a machine that can run two monitors - but I'm still using dual monitors.NOW
I would like to make it use three monitors, and that's why I'm here. Because regardless of what the manufacturer tries to limit people to, resourceful and creative people can always find a way to make things work. I'm not here to listen to some know-it-all tell me what I should or shouldn't have bought in the first place, and then offer zero creative input.
Thank you to everyone who has offered constructive feedback and attempted to help me solve the problem. I'm still working on this, and I give my word that when I figure it out, I WILL do future readers and researchers the favor of posting the solution everywhere people attempted to help, like this board.