Binary Fortress Software has released DisplayFusion 7.0, a major update for its comprehensive multi-monitor management tool for Windows.
The commercial editions now support remote controlling your system from iOS or Android devices. You can move windows around, change wallpapers, enable/ disable monitors or use hundreds of other options, and if that’s not enough it’s also possible to call your own custom C# or VB.net functions from the program.
A new “Splits and Padding” window makes it easy to divide a single monitor into several smaller virtual monitors.
There are five new screen savers, all of which can be set to run at the login screen (when no-one is logged in).
All editions now include many extra wallpaper providers, including Facebook, Google+, Imgur, Instagram, NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day, Pixabay and Smugmug.
However, DisplayFusion Free has some limitations: you can’t use these images on the logon screen, and you’re only able to use a single defined image (the commercial editions can display random images from the same source).
Elsewhere, you get more flexible monitor splitting (asymmetrical, odd-sides, bezel compensation support), extended taskbar jumplist support (URLs, documents, files, folders), there are many new functions and Image Info tags, and the package now has Windows 10 Technical Preview support.
DisplayFusion 7.0 is available now for Windows XP and later.