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Actual Multiple Monitors 8.2.2

Actual Multiple Monitors is Compatible with Windows® 7Actual Multiple Monitors is Certified for Windows® 8/8.1
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Multi-Monitor Taskbar   Additional Title Bar Buttons

With Actual Multiple Monitors you will get a fully functional taskbar onto each display. No matter which monitor you are working with - the following Windows 7 Taskbar features will be available anywhere:

  • Start button and toolbars

  • Pin, Peek and Jump Lists

  • Notification area (system tray), clock and Show Desktop button

  • Custom taskbar groups

  • and many others…


Be saved from routine tossing of windows between monitors - new buttons in each window's title bar give an instant access to advanced window functions and let apply them in a single click:

  • Move Window to Another Monitor additional title button - move a window to another monitor

  • Maximize Any Window over Entire Multi-monitor Desktop additional title button - make a window span the entire composite desktop

Custom Hotkeys   Multi-Monitor Gaming

Hotkeys is the tool of professionals, and Actual Multiple Monitors supports them in full. Most of program functions can be activated via hotkey, and you can customize the key combinations at will. Moreover, you will be able to add your own hotkeys for some window operations.


Gamers will appreciate several features of Actual Multiple Monitors that were developed specifically for enhancing multi-monitor gaming experience, making it more attractive and convenient:

  • Ignore Deactivation - prevents the game from being minimized when you switch to another application

  • Lock Mouse - locks the mouse pointer in a specific window or monitor preventing it from leaving a game

  • and many others

Desktop Divider   Window Snapping

Divider allows you to divide the entire large desktop or each monitor into several non-intersecting areas (tiles). If you put a window into one of such tiles, the window will expand up to tile’s borders only.
You can create as many custom tile layouts as you need and activate them on the fly as circumstances require.


If you prefer arrange your windows manually, Actual Multiple Monitors will help you make it faster and more accurate by snapping a certain edge of the dragged window to:

  • desktop or monitor boundaries

  • other windows (both from inside and outside)

  • custom virtual grid with a defined cell size

Also, you will get an improved version of the Windows 7 Aero Snap feature: now it works on edges between monitors.

Multi-Monitor Wallpaper   Multi-Monitor Screen Saver

Using Actual Multiple Monitors, you can set up any kind of Desktop's background on multiple displays:

  • Single picture stretched over the entire desktop

  • Individual picture on each monitor

  • Individual slideshow running separately on each monitor

  • Web slideshow from Google Image Search or Flickr

  • Flexible picture positioning (center, tile, stretch, proportional stretch, crop to fit)


Actual Multiple Monitors gives new abilities for screen savers (even those that don't have native multi-monitor support) - you will be able to:

  • stretch any screen saver over the entire desktop

  • put individual screen saver onto each monitor

Window Location   Desktop Mirroring

With Actual Multiple Monitors you won't have to manually scatter your windows across monitors. For each application, you will be able to assign a monitor, which the application's window should appear on after launching.


Mirroring is a special function that allows observing a certain window, monitor or a custom part of desktop in a separate window on another monitor. It can be useful in various specific situations:

  • you need to clone the primary displays to two or more additional monitors

  • you need to control what happens on another display but it's out of your sight (monitor turned to a client, TV in another room, etc.)

  • when you give a report or presentation, you can work with materials on your main display, mirroring its necessary part only onto the projector for your listeners