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MultiMonitorTool v1.96 32bit
MultiMonitorTool v1.96 32bit MultiMonitorTool is a small tool that allows you to do some actions related to working with multiple monitors. With MultiMonitorTool, you can disable/enable monitors, set the primary monitor, save and load the configuration of all monitors, and move windows from one monitor to another. You can do these actions from the user interface or from command-line, without displaying user interface. MultiMonitorTool also provides a preview window, which allows you to watch a preview of every monitor on your system. System Requirements and Limitations This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and x64 systems are supported. This utility is only useful if your desktop is extended to multiple monitors. If you have multiple monitors that display the same content, then MultiMonitorTool is useless for you. Versions History Version 1.96 When trying to enable a monitor from command-line ( /enable command) using the monitor number (e.g: /enable 2 or /enable \\.\DISPLAY1 ), MultiMonitorTool now tries to enable the monitor even if it cannot be found in the monitors list. Using MultiMonitorTool MultiMonitorTool doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - MultiMonitorTool.exe The main window of MultiMonitorTool contains 2 panes: The upper pane displays the list of all monitors detected on your system. When you select a monitor in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the details of all visible windows on the selected monitor. You can select one or more monitors in the upper pane, and then use the following options: Disable Selected Monitors (Ctrl+F6), Enable Selected Monitors (Ctrl+F7), Disable/Enable Switch (Ctrl+F8), or Set As Primary Monitor (Ctrl+F9) You can also select one or more Windows in the lower pane, ...
5/5 5,017 Oct 01, 2019
Nir Sofer
MultiMonitorTool v1.96 64bit
MultiMonitorTool v1.96 64bit MultiMonitorTool is a small tool that allows you to do some actions related to working with multiple monitors. With MultiMonitorTool, you can disable/enable monitors, set the primary monitor, save and load the configuration of all monitors, and move windows from one monitor to another. You can do these actions from the user interface or from command-line, without displaying user interface. MultiMonitorTool also provides a preview window, which allows you to watch a preview of every monitor on your system. System Requirements and Limitations This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and x64 systems are supported. This utility is only useful if your desktop is extended to multiple monitors. If you have multiple monitors that display the same content, then MultiMonitorTool is useless for you. Versions History Version 1.96 When trying to enable a monitor from command-line ( /enable command) using the monitor number (e.g: /enable 2 or /enable \\.\DISPLAY1 ), MultiMonitorTool now tries to enable the monitor even if it cannot be found in the monitors list. Using MultiMonitorTool MultiMonitorTool doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - MultiMonitorTool.exe The main window of MultiMonitorTool contains 2 panes: The upper pane displays the list of all monitors detected on your system. When you select a monitor in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the details of all visible windows on the selected monitor. You can select one or more monitors in the upper pane, and then use the following options: Disable Selected Monitors (Ctrl+F6), Enable Selected Monitors (Ctrl+F7), Disable/Enable Switch (Ctrl+F8), or Set As Primary Monitor (Ctrl+F9) You can also select one or more Windows in the lower pane, ...
5/5 5,075 Oct 01, 2019
Nir Sofer
   
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