Since multiheaded graphics cards have become commonplace, it's no longer technically difficult to attach a second (or third, or fourth) display to your PC. However, whether you're looking for a way to fly through your work so you can have some fun or are wanting to immerse yourself in 3D surround gaming, we've lined up ten ways to make your multiple displays work hard and play even harder. Join us after the jump for details.
With most modern graphics cards offering two monitor connections, and LCD displays getting cheaper and cheaper, dual-monitor setups are moving out of the realm of the computer elite and into the mainstream.
However, Windows’ built-in multi-monitor support is a little lacking. You get some extra screen space, sure, but that’s about it. If you want any more out of your two screens, you need dual-monitor software. For years, UltraMon has been the app-of-choice for enhancing your multi-monitor experience, but is it all the software that’s out there? It’s not, and in this article, we’ll explore the free alternatives to UltraMon, and see how they measure up.