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Chris Richards9
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Good Afternoon,

My company is currently purchasing dual monitors for all of our technical associates. I was the leader of the pilot team and during our pilot phase I experimented with a variety of multi-monitor software and I personally preferred DisplayFusion as it was one of the only products that offered the additional task bars (a VERY VERY nice feature).

I've been asked by my VP to perform a mini-pilot on the justification of purchasing DisplayFusion and I would like to know if anyone has any advice or pointers into using DisplayFusion to increase your work-life productivity I haven't thought of. Obviously using the additional task bar(s) helps your productivity and I've found creating custom window resizing buttons is very beneficial.

Is there anything you use on a regular basis that is not along those lines? I feel confident that the reasons I mentioned above would be enough to merit purchasing DisplayFusion for our division but if there's additional ways to use the software for office-productivity I hadn't thought about I'd love to hear them!

Thanks in advance!
Mar 1, 2011  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on
The nice thing about DisplayFusion is how customizable it is, and I find that everyone uses it quite differently. I'll tell you how I personally use it, and how it benefits me:

- Creating custom window sizes is crucial for browser testing at different screen resolutions (800x600, 1024x768... etc)
- I use the "Toggle window always on top" all the time for keeping an important document (like my notes) over another window while it loses focus
- Multi-monitor taskbars help keep my windows organized per-monitor
- Version 3.3 has taskbar shortcuts which you can use to launch that application on that monitor, which is fantastic when you have 3 or more monitors
- I use window snapping to line up my windows easily and quickly

These are just a few of the main ways I use DisplayFusion, I'm sure you'll have different needs, but this is a good start. :)
Mar 2, 2011  • #2
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