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DisplayFusion will make your multi-monitor life much easier. With powerful features like Multi-Monitor Taskbars, TitleBar Buttons and fully customizable Functions, DisplayFusion will make managing your multiple monitors painless.



https://www.displayfusion.com/

Trying out this program. So far its quite nice. I like the fact that now i don't have to disable surround for everything to work properly. task bars and everything works great so far. Check it out if you have multiple displays.
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I have 3 monitors set up on my rig and have been using the paid version of Display Fusion since 2010.
What I like best about it is the ability to have different images on all 3 monitors and the ability to change them at a setting of my choice. I have one set up to change every 55 minutes, one at 60 minutes and one at 65 minutes. I have over 1,000 images Display Fusion can randomly choose from.

The Title Bar buttons are also nice, with the option to choose which ones you want to use. I only use 2 right now. One to move a window to the next monitor and one to center the window in the monitor and scale it to fit the screen.

There's a plethora of other options available as well. Most of which I haven't even investigated yet. :lol:

If you have more than one monitor and the ideas above sound good to you, I recommend Display Fusion. :mrgreen:
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you can setup that images changed on desktop in windows too. but its very limited. this app has more control over it, nice feature, i like it too
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I created 7 folders for all my images. Animals, Buildings, Family & Friends, Landscapes, Misc., Trains, and Vehicles (trucks, cars, buses, motorcycles, etc.). I then select certain folders for each monitor.
One monitor uses images from Buildings and Landscapes. One uses Trains and Vehicles, and the other uses the remaining folders.
Ya' can't do that with default Windows. :lol:

Kind'a keeps things in perspective per monitor. :mrgreen:
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yea, like i said, windows options are limited when it comes to this. DF has much more features
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I was emphasizing what you said. ;)
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