Fox702 Jul 16, 2013 @ 12:23pm
Interesting, but why do I need it
Well I use more than one monitor, but why do I need this app?
I have used ATI and Nvidia throughout the years. Their respective multi-monitor apps aren't perfect but they work. This app may help, but why do I need it?
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Richard M. Nixon Jul 16, 2013 @ 1:59pm 
There are a lot of identical posts to yours - check a few out for a developer response. In brief, as you said the GPU manufacturer-supplied apps do the job, but not prefectly. They aren't in the business of providing utilities for end-users. These guys are, and they have done a great job. You can find programs that let you do things like taskbar spanning and hotkey window snapping and other apps to manage wallpapers and other features, but this is a great all-in-one solution. You also have a single point of contact for technical support and really quick (and helpful) responses to any concerns. The price point may be a bit of a turnoff (not that bringing it up will do anything) but it's a great piece of software either way. If you think you'd like it, use the trial to figure out if it's worth the investment. If it's ever on sale for, say, 30% off, don't hesitate to grab it.

E: Oh ♥♥♥♥, it's on sale for $10. BUY BUY BUY.
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Fox702 Jul 16, 2013 @ 2:58pm 
Do you use this app?
Is it like Ubuntu's GNOME GUI where you have multiple desktops?
Kenyen Jul 16, 2013 @ 3:47pm 
It's cheap as hell that's why you should use it!!
So get over it buy it and use it!! xD
MrGrumpie Jul 17, 2013 @ 12:00pm 
tbh I don't think it's worth the £23 RRP, but I bought a 4 pack in the sale which worked out £5...and for that I think it's a very worthwhile utility. Whatever anyone says, the free apps out there just aren't as good and this is a very complete package, especially if you use triple monitors.
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