DisplayFusion 65% off at BitsDuJour

BitsDuJour is offering DisplayFusion at a 65% discount, which to be honest, is a must buy. I’ve had this program for several years now and it is a brilliant piece of software. All my machines have multiple monitors and I can’t stand using that configuration without DisplayFusion installed. Not only does it give you the obvious feature of a taskbar on each screen, but you get window snapping, window placement, wallpaper, one-click stretch of the window across multiple screens, setting of window location and about 100 other things.

To be honest, even if you don’t have multiple monitors, it’s still worth having because of the cool wallpaper integration and window snapping.

This is a great tool to have and normally, the full Home Pro license is $35, which is still a good deal because you can load it on all the machines you have a home, but with the discount it’s only $12. Plus, these are lifetime licenses, which means you get keeping getting updates through the major versions. And rest assured, this software gets updated on a regular basis. It’s already got Windows 10 compatibility and new features and performance enhancements come out all the time.

I highly recommend you get a copy. While you’re at it, you can also grab Clipboard Fusion at a discounted price. That’s an awesome program for copying text from documents and websites without bringing across all the formatting. You don’t have to copy text into Notepad and then over to something else to strip out the fonts and HTML code. Or you can run macros against the text you copy. I also have this running on my machine since I copy and paste a lot of text from website articles into customer emails and this little app is fantastic. Has lots and lots of additional features you can turn on.

They have some great software and this is a sale well worth your time!

And by the way, if you’re a company looking to cover all your employees, this also includes a 65% discount on site licenses!

DisplayFusion for 65% off

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