multi desktops and multi monitors

a list of useful desktop and multi monitor software (freeware, except ultramon):

DoubleDesktop 2.0
DoubleDesktop is a smart and elegant system tray utility that effectively doubles the width of your Windows desktop. It's simpler to use than many similar programs: just mouse-click on its icon or hit a keystroke combination to switch between "left" and "right" parts of the desktop. This lets you easily rearrange all your application windows between the two desktop parts.

Multi Monitor Taskbar 2.1
It adds second taskbar to the extended desktop on Monitor 2 (either right or left)

Scrollable Desktop (SDesk) 0.1.66
I'm glad you asked. SDesk is not a multi-desktop program. It is a program that creates a single, giant desktop that extends beyond the visible region of the monitor. Only a portion of the SDesk is visible at a time, as defined by the Windows desktop settings. To facilitate the organization of windows on the SDesk, a tool window displays the position of all visible application windows. The SDesk Toolwin is interactive: the SDesk view can be moved, and windows on the SDesk can be moved via the Toolwin. More on the Toolwin later.

this is one of the greatest programs i've ever had and if you have multi monitors you can see the windows from any secondary monitor into the primary monitor because of the scrolling feature

Sizer 3.3
Sizer is a freeware utility that allows you to resize any window to an exact, predefined size.

* efficiently move windows and maximize windows across the desktop
* manage more applications with the Smart Taskbar
* control application positioning with UltraMon Shortcuts
* multi-monitor support for desktop wallpapers and screen savers
* mirror your main monitor to secondary monitors for a presentation

too bad it's not freeware, at least in real life : )

Virtual Desktop Manager 1.0
It allows you to maintain up to 4 different desktops, each with it`s own applications and desktop wallpapers

Virtual Dimension 0.94

VirtuaWin 3.2
VirtuaWin is a virtual desktop manager for the Windows operating system (Win9x/ME/NT/Win2K/XP/Win2003/Vista). A virtual desktop manager lets you organize applications over several virtual desktops (also called 'workspaces'). Virtual desktops are very common in Unix/Linux, and once you get accustomed to using them, they become an essential part of a productive workflow.

i'm still searching for a program that can show in a small window a preview of the secondary monitor to help manage that part of desktop without looking at the secondary monitor, or third, or...

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