Virtual Display Manager
Virtual Display Manager can enhance the productivity of those who are working with a large number of opened windows simultaneously, either on single or multi-screen equipped computers.
It can easily create a display configuration to split each physical screen into multiple working areas, enabling you to arrange the opened windows according to the imposed layout. This way, you avoid having to minimize multiple windows to find your way around to the desktop or the application you are looking for.
Split your screen to organize the workspace your way
Working with Virtual Display Manager is a simple task, since it comprises a set of predefined configurations that should meet the requirements of any user. Furthermore, it enables you to import existing configurations you previously used and saved.
However, if its layout collection does not suffice, you can also create a custom template to work with by manually defining areas down to the last pixel.
Each template can be assigned a name, for easier identification and configurations can be deleted with a single click.
Display each window into a new virtual display
When moving an application to the proximity of a virtual display, it becomes 'attached' to it, enabling you to maximize it to occupy that entire screen area. In this case, you cannot resize the window anymore until it is detached from the virtual display.
Adding more windows to each created virtual screen and maximizing them builds up your new workspace, without overlapping running applications.
This also works with single-monitor computers, where the desktop is divided into multiple parts that work as virtual desktops.
Transform your working area to improve efficiency
Virtual Display Manager works just as well with any number of physical monitors, enabling you to split each one into up to 16 sections, equally or asymmetrically scaled.
Since it can also create a multi-area workspace for a single-window computer, it provides a cost-effective alternative to purchasing more monitors.
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