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Features:
  • Monitor Splitting (works with Surround and Eyefinity!)
    • Split your monitors into multiple virtual monitors so that you can have separate Taskbars, Wallpapers, Trigger rules, Functions, and Screen Savers for each split.
  • Monitor Configuration and Profiles
    • Use DisplayFusion to set your Monitor Configuration. Configure the resolution, colour depth, refresh rate and orientation.
  • Multi-Monitor Wallpaper
    • Customize your desktop with Multi-Monitor Wallpapers from WallpaperFusion, Flickr, InterfaceLIFT, Vladstudio and more.
  • Multi-Monitor Taskbars
    • Keep your windows easily organized by adding a taskbar to each of your monitors. The taskbar on each monitor can be configured to show all windows, or only the windows that are located on that monitor.
  • Customizable Functions and TitleBar Buttons
    • DisplayFusion comes bundled with over 30 pre-configured Functions, or you can create your own powerful custom Functions.
  • Monitor Fading
    • Focus on the task at hand, by automatically dimming unused monitors and application windows.
  • Scripted Functions
    • Need more options? Use DisplayFusion's Scripted Functions (Macros) to script anything you can imagine.
  • Triggers
    • The Triggers feature allows you to listen for events, like window creation, window focus, desktop unlock, system idle and more.
  • Window Position Profiles
    • Easily save and load your window size and positions using DisplayFusion's Window Position Profile feature.
  • Remote Control
    • Remotely control DisplayFusion from your phone or tablet! Change your wallpaper, move windows around, enable/disable monitors and hundreds of other abilities, all from your phone or tablet.

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    • This price is $24.15 lower (69% savings) the standard list price of $34.99.
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Display fusion is software that allows you to get even more value out of your ultra wide monitors!

I purchased the non-steam (multi-PC) version back in May after trying it for 30 days on my Odyssey G97 (a 49in monitor) and can't live without it now. I had this in my Stream wishlist, but didn't want to wait for it to go on sale there again and bought from their website at the end of my trial (and they were having a sale too, but not one as good as this). Just got an email from Steam that it's on sale again!

Haven't tried it with Windows 11 yet (it is compatible), but it works like a charm on Windows 10!

https://store.steampowered.com/ap...layFusion/
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Draynag asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 11:38 AM
11-30-2021 at 11:38 AM
For organizing windows I prefer fancy zones. Much faster and intuitive with drag and drop instead of keyboard shortcuts.
Display fusion does have a few extra features if you want to make use of it. Like controlling which monitor applications open on. And individual wallpapers for each monitor. So I still keep it installed.
11-30-2021 at 11:38 AM
Good question, and I meant to put that in my little blurb. I tried Fancy Zones and compared it with DF during my 30 day trial. and the one thing that this has on that is the ability to separate ALL the screen's individual taskbars. That alone is what justified my purchase over keeping FZ enabled. For extreme ultrawides like mine, that made it a real split screen experience.
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You buy it, and install it from the steam client, but after that you launch it like a regular app. You don't need Steam running to do it after the first initial install.

But yeah, good luck with IT Smilie
Probably one of the better pieces of software I have bought. Has been getting updates for years and was dirt cheap when I got it. Would definitely pay $10 for it if I needed to buy it again.
How does this compare to Fancy Zones in Microsoft PowerToys (which is free)?

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How does this compare to Fancy Zones in Microsoft PowerToys (which is free)?
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We need to load steam every time to use it? Seems like a hassle for a work computer. Let me try to convince my IT dept to install steam lol
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We need to load steam every time to use it? Seems like a hassle for a work computer. Let me try to convince my IT dept to install steam lol
You buy it, and install it from the steam client, but after that you launch it like a regular app. You don't need Steam running to do it after the first initial install.

But yeah, good luck with IT Smilie
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How does this compare to Fancy Zones in Microsoft PowerToys (which is free)?
Good question, and I meant to put that in my little blurb. I tried Fancy Zones and compared it with DF during my 30 day trial. and the one thing that this has on that is the ability to separate ALL the screen's individual taskbars. That alone is what justified my purchase over keeping FZ enabled. For extreme ultrawides like mine, that made it a real split screen experience.
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Probably one of the better pieces of software I have bought. Has been getting updates for years and was dirt cheap when I got it. Would definitely pay $10 for it if I needed to buy it again.
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I have 34 wide and struggling when remote presentation slides go full screen even with Fancy zones and when I had the display fusion trial. Am I doing it wrong.

Can display fusion make windows treat my virtual monitor as the max full screen for that area?
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I have 34 wide and struggling when remote presentation slides go full screen even with Fancy zones and when I had the display fusion trial. Am I doing it wrong.

Can display fusion make windows treat my virtual monitor as the max full screen for that area?
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Good question, and I meant to put that in my little blurb. I tried Fancy Zones and compared it with DF during my 30 day trial. and the one thing that this has on that is the ability to separate ALL the screen's individual taskbars. That alone is what justified my purchase over keeping FZ enabled. For extreme ultrawides like mine, that made it a real split screen experience.

Would like to know too. Screen-sharing is PITA with ultrawide monitor. I always have to share a specific application on zoom/team or the application wouldn't scale correctly

I used powertoy for awhile but I find it quite buggy and it doesn't do anything that Window snap already does (correct me if i'm wrong). sometime it won't even launch.
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Would like to know too. Screen-sharing is PITA with ultrawide monitor. I always have to share a specific application on zoom/team or the application wouldn't scale correctly

I used powertoy for awhile but I find it quite buggy and it doesn't do anything that Window snap already does (correct me if i'm wrong). sometime it won't even launch.
Yup. Seems when sharing powerpoint or google slides cant do in presenter mode easy on a wide screen vs multiple normal shape ones.

"Note: It's not currently possible to constrain full screen videos or full screen games to monitor splits."

1- Just join meeting with two devices and use the laptop when presenting with powerpoint etc.
2- find usb c montor or some old 17 or 19 lcd (i threw out a bunch) to use only for that 2nd full screen.
3- Maybe can find a way with OBS or something.

That said this low cost...so I might get it anyway.

Some of my class slides need animations, sounds etc that work best on full. I can deal with it but really crazy issue. There must be some way besides that crazy 43inch dell that I think acts like 4 screens
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The amount of functionality this software adds is unreal, whether you have multimonitors or an ultrawide monitor, it is more than worth the cost. HIGHLY recommend DisplayFusion!!!
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How does this help you guys with 2 monitors only?
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Yup. Seems when sharing powerpoint or google slides cant do in presenter mode easy on a wide screen vs multiple normal shape ones.

"Note: It's not currently possible to constrain full screen videos or full screen games to monitor splits."

1- Just join meeting with two devices and use the laptop when presenting with powerpoint etc.
2- find usb c montor or some old 17 or 19 lcd (i threw out a bunch) to use only for that 2nd full screen.
3- Maybe can find a way with OBS or something.

That said this low cost...so I might get it anyway.

Some of my class slides need animations, sounds etc that work best on full. I can deal with it but really crazy issue. There must be some way besides that crazy 43inch dell that I think acts like 4 screens
I'll ammend to this that if you play a game or run software that has "borderless windowed" functionality (which can mirror a Fullscreen look without the traditional restrictions of Fullscreen mode), that will work with one of display fusion's virtual screens. I do it all the time without issues.
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One of the reviews on Steam says this isn't compatible with Win11. Does anyone know if that's still the case?
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