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(Solved) - Multi Monitor Taskbar - Free?

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  • Started 2 years ago by minigeek
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minigeek
minigeek
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Hi Everyone!
I am really enjoying configuring my new PC, and multiple monitors are so much better in windows 7! I was wondering what free software is best for multiple taskbars - zbar was the best I have found so far, but it doesn't look as nice as the default taskbar!
I would really like a free program, but it would also be nice to know of the best paid programs (in case I feel the need for one!)

MiniGeek

Posted 2 years ago
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minigeek
minigeek
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Am I really the only person here with dual monitors?
I would really like this solved by tomorrow (my birthday! :))
Please help!

MiniGeek

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Xhi
Xhi
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I have multiple monitors, 3 in my main setup. Left is Windows 7, right is Windows 8, middle is 4 way switched between the the Windows 7 and Windows 8 (to make them dual) and singly on the XP and Vista computer, but I just use the Windows Software and do not mind if it has the same picture on both screens I have better things to do.

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nt0xik8ed
nt0xik8ed
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i've always had 2 monitors and really never had a use for a taskbar or desktop icons to be showing. you could try This

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minigeek
minigeek
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Hi nt0xik8ed!
Thanks for that tip - it was perfect for what I was looking for! Brilliant birthday present (it's my birthday today :))
I bought myself 2 19" widescreens for my Birthday, so I will see how it looks on those (not opened yet)
I'm eventually 13 (but Facebook still won't let me sign up!)
Thanks again!

MiniGeek

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hatryst
hatryst
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Happy birthday minigeek :)
Are you still mini or grown up now? <LOL>

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minigeek
minigeek
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Still Mini :)
I've got myself 2 new 19" widescreens, and a copy of office 2010 Pro Plus (as a student)! It's Brilliant!

MiniGeek

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theBrick
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Hi

Try Free Version of Actual Multiple Monitors. It much better than zbar, murgeemon and others.

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minigeek
minigeek
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@theBrick
Hi,
I tried that one, but I didn't like it - I think it didn't go well with my version of windows!
I really like the software that nt0xik8ed posted, and it fits my needs perfectly!

MiniGeek

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