I can’t find anything recent on here. It seems that for Windows 10, DisplayFusion or AquaSnap are good bets. Does anyone have any experience with either? I’m using a 34-inch UW and my laptop on the side. Primarily, I’d like to run a 2 window area on the UW, with 3 when working on website things. Windows’ built-in functionality seems a bit underwhelming.
DF is especially useful for ultra wide as it can split your screen into multiple virtual monitors. On top of that, there’s a padding function such that it squared off a corner of that virtual monitor so when you maximize your window, that area are not covered by the window. Useful for Rainmeter widgets, for example.
@habibi, I am using 3 virtual monitors and one “external” right now, and it’s PERFECT! My setup is 960/1332/1148/1920.
I can keep my active-edit tasks snapped to the main (center/1332) of the 34" display, while my quick-reference files—and right now, typing this—are on the smaller virtual monitor to the left, my active files are to the right, and all non-related tasks are over on the 1920.