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DisplayFusion Monitor Profiles store your various monitor configurations for easy transition. This is ideal for laptop users who may have different monitor setups at home, work, etc.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Monitor Configuration window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Monitor Configuration" (also accessible via the Options tab in Settings).
  • Configure your monitors and click the "Apply" button to test your settings.
  • Click the "Save Profile" button and choose "New Profile."
  • Enter a name for the Profile and click OK.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Monitor Configuration window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Monitor Configuration" (also accessible via the Options tab in Settings).
  • Configure your monitors and click the "Apply" button to test your settings.
  • Click the "Save Profile" button, then select the Monitor Profile that you want to overwrite.
  • Click Yes on the confirmation prompt.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Monitor Configuration window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Monitor Configuration" (also accessible via the Options tab in Settings).
  • Click the "Manage Monitor Profiles" button.
  • Select the Monitor Profile you'd like to rename and click the "Rename" button.
  • Enter a new name for the Monitor Profile and click OK.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Monitor Configuration window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Monitor Configuration" (also accessible via the Options tab in Settings).
  • Click the "Manage Monitor Profiles" button.
  • Select the Monitor Profile you'd like to rename and click the "Delete" button.
  • Click Yes on the confirmation prompt.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Monitor Configuration window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Monitor Configuration" (also accessible via the Options tab in Settings).
  • Click the "Manage Monitor Profiles" button.
  • Select the Monitor Profile to which you'd like to assign a key combination.
  • Click the "Key Combination" button and choose "Set Key Combination."
You can add a button in Windows title bars to quickly load a Monitor Profile without needing to access a DisplayFusion menu.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Settings window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Settings."
  • Click the "Functions" tab and ensure the "Enable TitleBar Buttons" checkbox is enabled.
  • Scroll down in the Functions list and select your Monitor Profile from the "Monitor Configuration" section.
  • Click "Add TitleBar Button."
  • Select the TitleBar Button Image Set, the TitleBar Button Image, and click OK.
  • Click Apply.
DisplayFusion can be configured to automatically load a Wallpaper Profile or Desktop Icon Profile when a specific Monitor Profile is loaded or detected. This is especially helpful if Windows moves your Desktop Icons around on restarts.
As soon as DisplayFusion starts up and detects your previously saved Monitor Profile, it will automatically load the associated Wallpaper and Desktop Icon Profiles without intervention.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Monitor Configuration window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Monitor Configuration" (also accessible via the Options tab in Settings).
  • Click the "Manage Monitor Profiles" button.
  • Select the Monitor Profile to which you'd like to assign a Wallpaper or Desktop Icon Profile.
  • Click the "Wallpaper Profile" or "Desktop Icon Profile" button, and choose the appropriate Wallpaper or Desktop Icon Profile.
If you need to load a Monitor Profile via the command line, you can use displayfusioncommand.exe (located in the directory where DisplayFusion is installed).
The command is as follows:
displayfusioncommand.exe -monitorloadprofile "profile name"
If you'd like to load a Monitor Profile automatically on startup, you can create a shortcut in your startup folder that will run the command in the previous section.
For the full set of instructions, see Loading a Monitor Profile on Startup.
There are a few Monitor Configuration related settings in the DisplayFusion Settings > Advanced Settings window. The most useful one is the option to disable the confirmation prompt when changing monitor settings. If you switch Monitor Profiles often, you may wish to disable this prompt to make the process easier.
Note: If for some reason your monitors are unusable after a settings change, DisplayFusion won't be able to revert back to the original settings if the confirmation prompt is disabled. You'd likely need to reboot your machine to make the displays usable again.
  • Open the DisplayFusion Settings window by right-clicking the DisplayFusion tray icon and clicking "Settings."
  • Click the Advanced Settings button.
  • Search for and double-click "Don't Show Confirmation Prompt" Setting.
  • Select "Confirmation prompts are not shown" and click OK.
DisplayFusion gives users power and precision over their multi-monitor setup, with automation and customization options to create the perfect displays, every time.
To learn more about DisplayFusion, visit: https://www.displayfusion.com
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