Forget UltraMon Checkout Display Fusion

I am a huge fan of multiple monitors.  I currently have a 24″ windscreen LCD surrounded by two 19″ LCDs.  To me this is development nirvana but it order to truly be productive you need software to help you manage so much screen real estate.  In the past I have used UltraMon.  This was great when I was running Windows XP but when I migrated to Vista UltraMon’s usefulness was crippled by Aero.  That is until I ran across Display Fusion.

Display Fusion is an awesome multi monitor utility.  It has a small footprint and best of all it is written in .Net 2.0.  I love that it doesn’t depend on buttons being added to the title bar but key board shortcuts that utilize the lonely windows key.

It does allot more but I will let the site speak to that.  Go ahead a check it out.

About Joe Ocampo

My personal philosophy is simple: "Have a good strategy that sets the environment for success through the enablement of the whole. Be agile but with a mind towards pragmatism. Delegate to the best qualified individuals, but don’t be afraid to involve yourself in all parts of a job. Treat everyone with respect, humility, and with a genuine pursuit towards excellence." Respected business and technical leader with expertise in directing organization towards effective results driven outcomes. Proven ability to perform and communicate from both technical and business perspectives. Strong technical and business acumen developed through experience, education and training. Provides the ability to utilize technology, harness business intelligence and execute strategically by optimizing systems, tools and process. Passionate about building people, companies and software by containing cost, maximizing operational throughput and capitalize on revenue. Looks to leverage the strengths of individuals and grow the organization to their maximum potential by harnessing the power of their collective whole and deliver results. Co-Founder of
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4 Responses to Forget UltraMon Checkout Display Fusion

  1. Free! Your speaking my language bro.

    Good find.

  2. “[...] best of all it is written in .Net 2.0″

    … and so is our software but our customers don’t care (they are more into features, schedules, etc) ;-)

  3. I think the reason Joe said it was because most readers of these blogs work with .NET 2.0+ in some fashion and most likely already have the .NET 2.0 redistributable package installed. No need for java 1.6 jvm and such.

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