Monitor Splitting

Monitor splitting allows you to divide your monitor into multiple 'virtual' monitors with their own Taskbars, Wallpapers, and Screen Savers. Windows will maximize to the size of the "virtual" monitors, and DisplayFusion Functions, such as "Move to Next Monitor" also take the splits into account. Monitor splitting is great for Nvidia Surround and AMD Eyefinity setups, including ones with bezel corrected resolutions! Note: It's not currently possible to constrain full screen videos or full screen games to monitor splits.

Monitor Splitting
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