UltraMon 3.3.0

Multi-monitor utility which offers seven tools to enhance your multi-monitor experience, along with dozens of configurable settings

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What's new in UltraMon 3.3.0:

  • New in this release:
  • Support for per-monitor DPI scaling on Windows 8.1: features such as mirroring will now work correctly if per-monitor DPI scaling is used.
  • New command-line arguments for UltraMonTaskbar.exe: on Windows 7 and earlier you could use /stop to disable secondary taskbars, and start UltraMonTaskbar.exe again to enable secondary taskbars. As this wouldn't have worked on Windows 8, /disable and /enable options have been added. These can be used on earlier versions of Windows as well.
  • Taskbar Extensions for Windows 8: the Smart Taskbar feature has been completely redesigned for Windows 8, instead of adding its own taskbars UltraMon now extends the built-in multi-monitor taskbar on Windows 8. You can control taskbar settings via the Taskbar Extensions tab under UltraMon Options, and disable/enable secondary taskbars via the main UltraMon menu. The following extensions are available:
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UltraMon includes rich features for helping users enhance their experience when working with multiple monitors.

The complete package includes tools for mirroring a monitor on another monitor, creating display profiles and application shortcuts, along with a screensaver manager, taskbar and wallpaper manager in multi-monitor mode. Advanced users may choose what components to install.

Once set up, UltraMon creates an icon in the system tray area that you can double-click to configure settings, while the right-click menu holds entries with additional actions.

It is possible to select the resize mode (proportional, to fit), take taskbars into account when maximizing windows to the desktop, as well as enable the option to move maximized windows when moving them with the mouse.

Furthermore, you can preserve the desktop icons position, use "Smart Taskbar" in standard or mirror mode and set the process priority, specify the custom spacing between custom and standard window buttons, as well as assign hotkeys to frequent actions (e.g. move window to the next monitor, center mouse on primary monitor).

Other options of UltraMon let you disable shortcut extensions, modify settings for an application where a multi-monitor feature does not work properly, filter optional menu commands you want to use, as well as ignore enabled monitors. These are just a few parameters configurable through the program.

UltraMon is very light on the system resources, using a low amount of CPU and RAM. It has a good reaction speed and applies changes rapidly. No errors popped up in our tests, and the tool did not hang or crash. Thanks to its wide array of settings, advanced users should be pleased with UltraMon.

UltraMon was reviewed by , last updated on March 31st, 2015

Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / Vista / 7 / NT

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