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4 out of 5
Windows 7Windows VistaWindows XP
PROS: Nice and easy to use, gives you lots of extra features for both your screens!
CONS: The taskbar isn’t “Windows 7 friendly)
VERDICT: A great tool – especially if you’re not using 7!
PRICE: Free 30-day trial, but costs after ($39.95 for one license, but bulk prices are available)

UltraMon Features

UltraMon gives you various features on your extended display, such as (linked to their website):

  • Window management
  • Smart Taskbar
  • Shortcuts
  • Display profiles
  • Desktop wallpaper
  • Screen savers
  • Mirroring
  • Scripting
  • Other features

The settings panel is really comprehensive, and allows you to use the features listed above in a lot of ways.

I would really recommend this program if you have, or are considering getting, anything to 9 additional monitors (giving you a total of 10)

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2 thoughts on “UltraMon Gives You Extra Features for Your Multi-monitor Configuration”

  1. Michael G says:

    My personal recommendation is Actual Multiple Monitors (http://www.actualtools.com/multiplemonitors/). It is a most powerful utility among others and it works fine under Windows 7.

    The most important feature for me is an additional taskbar on my second monitor that has all features of main taskbar like Start button and tray area with notification icons. Even more, it has Pin to Taskbar and grouping feature of Windows 7.

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