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    Different wallpapers on different monitors


    I have a computer with dual FullHD monitors, one placed horizontal and one placed vertical, I want to display a different wallpaper on the vertical monitor, How can I display different wallpapers on different monitors? I'm running Windows 7 Professional, also if there is a solution which isn't "windows version specific" I will be more happy
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    customize view in cpanel when both monitors are hooked up, click the screen of the one you want to change
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    Looks like this is a popular product, seems free, too. Give it a try:
    http://www.displayfusion.com/
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    Nice


    I love the program, but free version is very very very limited. I tried it first, so I am trying Pro trial now and love it. Except there is no password setting.
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    There's no password settings in the Pro version?
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    So far


    As far as I can tell there is no password setting to protect from others altering or entering the program. i have to mention again that I am using the trial version right now. Although in the free version all settings for the pro were grayed out, but they were present.
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    I found that creating a wallpaper that is big enough to fill both monitors both horizontally and vertically and choosing the "tile" option while selecting the wallpaper in Win7 solves my problem. You have to work a bit for each new wallpaper but it works.
    I have one 1920*1080 monitor at left, and one rotated FullHD 1080*1920 at right, I created a 3000X1920 wallpaper.
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    Yes, the Pro version is really rocking.

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