DisplayFusion 7.0.0 Beta 7

4.4 out of 5 stars 4.4 (103 votes)

BETA ()

Windows 7/8/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/XP / Freeware / 10,611 downloads

DisplayFusion will make your dual monitor (or triple monitor or more) experience smooth and painless. Advanced multi-monitor wallpaper support, Flickr integration for image searching and fully customizable window management hotkeys are just a sample of the many things DisplayFusion can do. DisplayFusion is also available in many different languages.

  • Homepage

    DisplayFusion

  • Uninstaller

    Yes

  • Latest Changes

    - Change: New Function: "Rollup Window to Icon"

    - Change: New Function: "Rollup Window to TitleBar"

    - Change: Added 2 new Window Location modes

    - Fix: Splits and Padding improvements (UI and behaviour)

    - Fix: Taskbar Start button image rendering improvements

    - Fix: Windows 10 compatibility improvements

Reviews of DisplayFusion

  1. 5 out of 5 stars
    TwinsDad

    Reviewing 7.0.0 Beta 7 (Nov 17, 2014)

    I used this shareware limited for about a year. Then decided to buy full lisence. More than worth the price. Very reliable, stable, great for managing wallpapers and lot sof other multi-monitor things.

  2. 5 out of 5 stars
    DKDude

    Reviewing 6.0 (Jun 27, 2014)

    Great tool, if you need all the features, buy the full version, nothing in life comes for free, stop being a cheap-ass.

  3. 1 out of 5 stars
    VelvetElvis

    Reviewing 3.5.0 Beta 4 (Feb 12, 2012)

    No taskbar on 2nd monitor for the free version? Fail.

  4. 2 out of 5 stars
    NunjaBusiness

    Reviewing 3.1.9.104 Beta 4 (Jul 8, 2010)

    Meh, most of the "must have" features are disabled in the free version. There are many wallpaper switchers around. Pass.

  5. 3 out of 5 stars
    Raton

    Reviewing 3.1.8.111 Beta (Jun 8, 2010)

    I liked DisplayFusion enough to purchase the pay-version. Switched to Actual Multiple Monitors, however, because it has better support for the system tray on the secondary monitor.

    http://www.actualtools.com/multiplemonitors/

    The Computer Rodent

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