|Date Added||Dec 16, 2011|
|File Size||0.4 MB|
The real multi-monitor support in Windows has task-bar only in the primary monitor that shows applications from all monitors. The extended monitors are plain without any taskbar. There is no other way to add another taskbar to the extended monitor. All windows are displayed on the primary monitors taskbar regardless on which monitor they are opened. We created MultiMon taskbar to solve this issue in our office. It creates a second (and third) taskbar which will be put on extended monitors. Each taskbar display items from that monitor only.
The PRO version has additional features such as resizing windows to multiple monitors, moving to monitors, suspending the extended taskbars when the computer is connected via Remote Desktop and themed captions.
Note: The download button takes you to the vendor's site, where you can download the most recent version of the software. The vendor states that the free version was developed for XP and "sort of" works on Vista and 7.
- Tiny memory footprint
- Looks like Windows NT 4, even on Windows 7
- Taskbar shows windows that should not be shown
- Cannot be moved