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Multi monitors were earlier associated with had core programmers and geeks but it has been seen recently that users using multi screens are increasing multi-fold. The demographics of users using multi screens is also changing rapidly. Multiple monitors help increase your screen area , productivity and loads of extra space to spread out the work. Some of the tools you could use to manage a multi-screen system are listed as follows :
It is a multi-monitor suite with numerous capabilites and is regarded as one of the most useful tool for multi-monitor systems. It adds taskbar to every monitor. It also supports spanned or monitor-dependent wallpaper with position fine-tuning and integration with Flickr and Vladstudios, and customizable titlebar buttons for window management. It also provides the capability of customizing hot keys for numerous different operations. The free version includes most of the features except the multi-monitor taskbar.
Operating Systems support : Windows
Price : Basic : Free , Pro : $25
It is also one of the most popular tools available for users intending to work on multiple operating systems. While most of the other tools provide capability for only single OS whereas Synergy provides support for multiple operating systems. You can seamlessly use keyboard and mouse for all the systems with different OS. For example, Pushing the mouse against the edge of the Windows monitor towards the Mac monitor will slide it right across to the other OS as though they were all running in parallel virtual machines on the same operating system.
Operating System Support : Windows/Linux/Mac
Price : Free
It is a multi-monitor tools designed for spanning the task barÂ across multiple monitors. It can support upto 3 monitors at a time. The basic version is free but it doesn’t support system themes whereas the pro version supports the themes. One of the advantages of this tool is the clipboard extender present in it and better integration with Windows shell.
Operating System Support : Windows
Price : Pro : Free , Pro : $28
There are numerous more software in the market which have same basic features but these are the ones that stand out among the list.
How often have You felt the need to save the maps you see on google to your system or rather print them for your use. There are quite a few programs which let you download the maps but most of them are the not free of charge. Google map saver is one of the program which lets you download and save (as images) the google maps of locations of your choice.
It is very useful for people who need to save the maps as images in their system. You can save the maps in any resolution or format as per your requirements. You need to enter the location, zoom level, and select the type of map, and hit Go and you will be taken to that destination immediately. This process takes a few seconds the most on fast connections. Most of the features of google maps are present like move around with the mouse, switching between map, terrain and satellite view. Various output formats including jpg, png, targa and bmp are available. You can choose from the list of menu the resolution you want the image to be in and the size of the image will depend on the resolution size you choose.
It is one of the easiest, simplest and most useful application to download the maps and use it for all purposes. It is best option among other softwares with similar uses. It can be downloaded from the developer’s page. A great tool for people who may need to travel and the size of the program is less than half a Mb. It supports Windows XP, Windows VistaÂ and Windows 7.
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