Originally posted by DaggerFiend:The pricing for this is stupid..The regular price through steam is $29.95 with the discount it comes down to $22 somthing.Go to Display Fusion's website and but it there for $25 straight up.So in essence you can buy it as cheap without Steam forcing itself to run for this program to run.Imange if you don't have a internet connection and Steam dosen't let Display Fusion run.
Originally posted by Ret0102:These types of features are built into windows/other distros not to mention if you use Nvidia cards you can select from a number of options on how to deal with dual or tri monitors. Waste of money on this product.
Originally posted by colonelclick:I jokingly call this a PC tax. (It's built into OSX and other *nix distros.)
Originally posted by Proton:Of course this product is a "waste of money" for someone who has no use of it. But that's like telling somebody that strawberry ice cream is a waste of money just because you don't like it.As someone with three monitors and a TV attached to their computer, I can tell you that this program is capable of a level of organization that the NVidia software was not able to produce. Pricey for sure, but if you have a need for what this provides, rest assured it will solve your problem.