Working with Multiple Monitors

June 24, 2010 – 11:02 am

If you ever had to work with multiple monitors at once, you probably know that you needed some software in order to be able to do what you wanted to do. Windows 7 as well as other versions of Windows do not simply offer what you need to make it possible. Recently I spent some time reading about a program known as Actual Multiple Monitors. Next time you need to do some work with multiple monitors, remember to install this piece of software. Believe me, you need it. After installing your dual monitor, you need a program that can emulate Windows Taskbar on the monitor that you just connected. You need to be able to extend taskbar on your secondary monitors. It is all possible with Actual Multiple Monitors, which is a program designed and offered by actualtools.com. With the help of the software, you can have access to the Start button on each of the monitors you use. Additionally, you can have access to notification area and the clock. If this was not enough, Actual Multiple Monitors displays toolbars including Quick launch, but it also supports many new abilities offered by the producers of Windows 7 such as Pin and Peek.

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