Use DisplayFusion's Window Management feature to easily move windows between your monitors. Whether you use the simple Middle-Click Move, or the more advanced Maximized Window Dragging, managing your desktop windows has never been so easy.
Maximized Window Dragging
Left-click a maximized window's titlebar and drag it to the monitor you would like it to be on. DisplayFusion will show a monitor selector to help you choose the monitor. You'll never need to restore the window, drag it to the monitor and re-maximize it again. Just click, drag and you're done. DisplayFusion will take care of the details for you. Easy!
Middle-Click Window Moving
Middle-click on a window's titlebar to move it to the next monitor. Just 1 click with your middle-mouse button and you can move your windows around with ease.
Size and Location ToolTips
DisplayFusion includes an option to display ToolTips on windows when they are being resized or moved so that you can see the exact window size and location in pixels.
Automatic Child Dialog/Window Movement
Enabling this feature allows DisplayFusion to automatically move newly opened windows from the same application to the same monitor as the parent application. This is especially helpful for applications that stubbornly open new windows on a different monitor than the one you're currently working on.
Toggle Aero Shake
In Windows 7 and higher, a feature called "Aero Shake" allows you to minimize all windows by shaking a window back and forth. If you'd prefer not to use this feature, you can easily disable it with the "Enable Aero Shake" option in DisplayFusion's Window Management settings.
Automatically Move New Application Windows to Current Monitor
Enabling this feature will force any newly opened applications to open on the monitor that the mouse cursor is currently on, saving you from having to hunt for your applications when they open up on a different monitor than the one you're using!
Window Size/Location ToolTips
Alt+Tab Handler: Show on Current Monitor
Alt+Tab Handler: Show on All Monitors
Settings > Window Management Tab