Oh, pinning. Yep, that would be one feature the W10 secondary task bars don’t support.
Pretty much settled on DisplayFusion at this point I think. The others all have nice points, and most handle the splits better, but none work as consistently or reliably if you switch monitor setups. Plus DisplayFusion works as a full replacement for Ultramon so I can ditch that.
For productivity work the jury is still out on the 34" 1440p UltraWide. I think I am inclined to prefer it over separate monitors but that will take more time to get used to.
For gaming it’s just flat out awesome. Note I am going from a 1920x1200p old dell 2410U so that gets me Ultrawide, Gsync, higher PPI, and 120Hz all in one large upgrade. Not really taking advantage of 120hz yet, still running 2x970 SLI which just hits 30-40fps in most titles with high/ultra settings. But god damn is it a beautiful experience. This is what I wanted the disappointing triple head gaming/nvidia surround to be.
Shouldn’t have waited so long to upgrade. I kept telling myself to wait for HDR but it’s obvious that’s going to take at least 2 years to sort itself out on PC gaming.
Oh, and didn’t want to pay the Nvidia tax but fuck it, I am a consumer whore.