DisplayFusion is a fantastic (and free) new application that can make your dual monitor (or triple monitor or more) life much, much easier! Allowing you to use a different wallpaper on each monitor, or perfectly aligning one image on two monitors, manage windows across screens, and more…
Display Fusion

Here are just a few of the things you can do with DisplayFusion:

* Set a different desktop background on each monitor (either a picture or solid colour)
* Set a desktop background that spans all monitors (either a picture or colour)
* Integrated Flickr image search & download
* Drag maximized windows by their title bars to other screens
* Easily manage application windows with HotKeys:
o Move windows to the next monitor
o Move windows to the next monitor and maximize them
o Move windows to centre of the screen
o Move windows to centre of the screen and size it to 75% of the work area
o Tile windows along the top, bottom, left or right side
o Maximize windows so that they span all monitors

http://www.binaryfortress.com/displayfusion/

Comments

3 Responses to “Free software gives UltraMon a run for its money!”

  1. Robert Nally on December 23rd, 2008 2:28 am

    This is a godsend thank you. I have been looking for a program like UltraMon that is Free for years. For whatever reason I have not really come across anything like UltraMon except for programs/drivers that come with some of my video cards. UltraMon has always been the best to me. I think its still a bit more robust than this program, but this is still usable and free – no more un-installing and re-installing every 30 days. Awesome find and awesome site, thank you.

  2. Grizz on December 23rd, 2008 2:29 pm

    I am glad you enjoy it and really glad you took the time to comment. Glad my little site could be helpful!

  3. James Bowman on October 8th, 2010 2:01 pm

    Does your program support Matrox DualHead2Go/TripleHead2Go? This is a problem I am running into when usning ultramon with Matrox DualHead2Go/TripleHead2Go.

    Matrox DualHead2Go/TripleHead2Go always uses span mode, and so is not supported by UltraMon

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