Proton Mar 29, 2013 @ 6:19pm
Helps with Steam Big Picture Setup
I have three monitors and a television downstairs that can act as a clone to my primary monitor. This allows the TV to be used for Steam Big Picture (with wireless Xbox controllers and a wireless keyboard). I spent a lot of time trying to setup my video cards to properly keep track of the monitors and the cloned TV but everytime something would be connected/changed (like turning on/off TV) it would forget the arrangement of the monitors and mix them up. I did a lot of research, messed with registry stuff, but could not get a lasting solution.

Since installing DisplayFusion I have had zero issues with my monitor arrangement. I agree that this price is VERY high for a Windows application, but for anyone who might be in a similar situation with trying to setup a reliable Big Picture arrangement, it's a definite fixall for monitor woes.

Bonus: It also handles multi-monitor backgrounds really nicely so you can have different wallpapers or single high-def images appropriately lined up across multiple monitors (even if they're different res screens). Not huge, but an appreciated feature.
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zealousyouth Jun 5, 2013 @ 10:14pm 
Originally posted by Proton:
Bonus: It also handles multi-monitor backgrounds really nicely so you can have different wallpapers or single high-def images appropriately lined up across multiple monitors (even if they're different res screens). Not huge, but an appreciated feature.

I do love that feature, it's a lot of small things like this that yes Ultramon could do (multiple wallpapers or span one wallpaper across all screens), but Display Fusion simply does them better in my opinion (multiple wallpapers or span you can tweak individually on each screen so with multi-monitor/multi-res setups they look nicer). These small enhancements are what makes Display Fusion stand out way above Ultramon for me!

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