Posted December 1, 2011 – 5:36 pm in: Freeware
Multi-monitor setup is a great way to increase productivity and digest more information at once. Many of us use two or more monitors at home or work to finish things quickly. To make the most out of multi-monitor setup one needs to configure the setup with the help of third-party software such as DisplayFusion.
If you have used multi-monitor setup before, you probably have heard about DisplayFusion software. As you may know, it’s a brilliant piece of software with a number of features and options to make the most out of the setup.
The newest version of DisplayFusion, version 3.4, supports Windows 8 as well. So, if you are using Windows 8 in multi-monitor environment you can now install DisplayFusion without any compatibility issues.
# Hotkeys to launch features
# Title bar button to quickly move to secondary display
# Configure monitor resolution, refresh rate, and orientation
# Easily move windows between monitors
# Supports over 40 languages
# Span image across monitors
# Use solid colours instead of an picture
# Hotkeys to move, size and span windows
# Hotkey to adjust window transparency
# Customize titlebar button style
# Enable or disable monitors
# Change your primary monitor
# Backup and restore settings
The free version unfortunately doesn’t let you add a taskbar to each monitor. But it doesn’t matter as Windows 8 natively supports multi-monitor taskbar. If you are going to use DisplayFusion free on XP, Vista or Windows 7, we recommend Multi Monitor Taskbar software to add taskbar to each monitor.
A paid version of Display Fusion is also available with a number of additional features. Features such as monitor profiles, customizable hotkeys, multi-monitor taskbar, and multi-monitor screen savers are available in paid version only. In other words, important features are missing from the free version. Visit the download page to compare the free and paid versions.
DisplayFusion supports both x86 and x64 versions of Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and the latest Windows 8 operating systems.Tags: Freeware, Freeware for Windows 8
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