A taskbar for the second monitor. (Only tested on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7)
- Taskbar on the every monitor
- Pinned programs
- Aero support
- Window manager
- Mirror mode
- Notification area
- Start Button (BETA)
It is really great if you use two Monitor. Five stars if it would be able to place a customizable toolbar to the taskbar.
Overall, the program works great and it's nice that it's free! The main bug I've noticed is when you have two or more windows open of the same program (like a browser) open in the original windows paine. If both are minimized, one of the windows disappears and you can only bring it back up by switching to it from the task manager (by pressing ctrl+alt+dlt). I really like the feature that shows the text of the windows you have open in the additional taskbars, however I noticed that text doesn't always refresh (like when different tabs are open in a browser). I can work with the bugs by slightly altering the way I move between windows.
It's was almost prefect. And it will be prefect if button exit appear in "taskbar properties", not in context-menu. "Exit" in Context-menu is so annoy, I alway shutdown program in accident :( Could u guy fix it? Thanks for great program.
Exactly what I was looking for. Way better than DisplayFusion in many ways. Although both lack somethings I'm (specifically) looking for. Sorry, I'm very nit-picky. 1) The ability to sync taskbars (if one taskbar comes up, the other take bar(s) should too. 2) Able to use address bar like normal windows taskbar has Other than that, awesome program! Would recommend to others!
I have been using Dual Monitor Taskbar for many months now in Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. Overall I am delighted with it's stability, feature set, ease of use, and professional level of implementation and growth. I recommend it to others highly. I find it absurdly amusing that some similar realization of the natural Windows Taskbar and it's evolution was not arrived at by Microsoft over these many years of development. In other words, Dual Monitor Taskbar is as well-conceived as it is useful. Bravo!