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DisplayFusion Now Available on Steam!

We're very excited to announce that DisplayFusion Pro is now available for purchase on Steam! From now until April 6th, we're running a launch promotion at a 25% discount (Steam only), making it only $22.49 USD. After the promotion, the regular price will be $29.99 USD.

You can use the Steam license on one or more computers where:

  • You are the owner or primary user
  • You have Steam installed and login to Steam with your own account

Steam does not need to be running in order to launch DisplayFusion, but the above restrictions are required as per the license agreement.

DisplayFusion on Steam
DisplayFusion on Steam

We're currently still working out how to provide Steam keys to current customers, but we'll post an update as soon as we have all of the details. We expect to have some kind of license upgrade system in place by the week of April 8th, don't worry!

Feel free to check out DisplayFusion from within the Steam client, or via the Steam Store on the web!

Mar 29, 2013  • #1
4 discussion posts
Looking forward to having the application in steam when you guys sort out a way to upgrade the license.
Mar 29, 2013  • #2
2 discussion posts
Does this mean we will have to pay again just to download it on steam?
Mar 29, 2013  • #3
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@PapaFrancis: Don't worry, you won't have to pay the full price again. We haven't worked out all the details yet, so stay tuned.
Mar 29, 2013  • #4
Andrew Lego S
1 discussion post
Please don't 'improve' your licensing. I like it the way it is. I'm not a gamer. I absolutely am not installing Steam on my computer.
Mar 29, 2013  • #5
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Andy: Don't worry, we're not changing anything about our existing licensing, we've just added the Steam license as an option.
Mar 30, 2013  • #6
James Jordan1
1 discussion post
If a friend comes over and uses their logon for steam for an hour or two, will that remove the layout?
Mar 30, 2013  • #7
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
No, you won't lose any settings, DisplayFusion runs independently from Steam once it's installed. You can change Steam logins temporarily without affecting DisplayFusion at all.
Mar 30, 2013  • #8
Manish H
1 discussion post
If I buy it on Steam, which license am I buying? "Pro Standard" or "Pro Personal Home"?
Mar 30, 2013  • #9
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
It's actually a new license type that is very similar to the Personal Home license. You can install it on as many computers as you want, as long as they're yours and you're using Steam on them.
Mar 30, 2013  • #10
2 discussion posts
If getting my license added to steam would cost a fee of 2.50 or less, I would consider it - but if I need to pay more than that, I'd be just as content to keep my executable file and license key saved on a backup disc. I have a feeling others will feel the same. If I recall correctly I purchased a license that included unlimited lifetime upgrades. (though I will add that I am one of the individuals who voted for you on greenlight, as it is a quality program.)
Mar 31, 2013  • #11
27 discussion posts
I was waiting for this event to finally make my purchase.

Using multiple monitors has been a bit messy. Steam Big Picture helped out some, though it hasn't been perfect.

From all the features I've seen, I'll have everything I'll need to have my gaming experience just the way I like it without having to resort to Big Picture unless I absolutely want to.
Apr 3, 2013  • #12
1 discussion post
If I buy DisplayFusion on steam will I still get WallpaperFusion Pro? Or will I have to buy DisplayFusion on your website to get that?
Apr 4, 2013  • #13
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Alexander D: You'll get WallpaperFusion Pro with the Steam version as well
Apr 4, 2013  • #14
1 discussion post
I've always loved DF and am very happy with my copy. It's always the first thing I install in a new build after AV.

Since I use Steam a lot, I'd also like to get the version integrated with Steam as long as the cost is nominal.

Thanks very much and keep up the good work
Apr 8, 2013  • #15
Michael Gerlicki
1 discussion post
If I get a steam license can I manually enter the license into Displayfushion instead of installing steam?

If I can't, if I uninstall steam after I install displayfusion does the license get removed?
Apr 30, 2013  • #16
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
You'll need to install it through Steam, but after it's installed, Steam doesn't need to be running in order to use DisplayFusion.
Apr 30, 2013  • #17
Eric Blankenship
1 discussion post
So then what is the benefit of purchasing the steam license as opposed to a pro personal home license? It seems like the features are identical and both licences allow me to install DF on any personal computer. Yet, the steam license is $5 cheaper and adds another layer of complication by ensuring the computer has steam installed.
Jun 11, 2013  • #18
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Eric: The Steam license can be used on multiple computers in multiple locations (home, work, etc) as long as they are your computers, or you are the primary user, and you have Steam installed.

The Personal Home license is for multiple computers in your house, and can be used by different people in your house.
Jun 11, 2013  • #19
1 discussion post
Steam is so much flexible in terms of pricing policy, for my region it's ~12$ cheaper!
Aug 31, 2014  • #20
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Alex: That's good to hear, we try to provide as many ways as possible for people to purchase DisplayFusion.
Sep 2, 2014  • #21
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