If you have dual monitors, or perhaps a notebook with an extra monitor attached, you may have noticed that you can't set the wallpaper on a per-screen basis. If your monitors are different sizes, this leaves you with one monitor where you wallpaper won't completely fill the screen. By using a dual monitor utility like DisplayFusion, you can set different wallpaper images for each desktop or you can stretch an image across your desktops. If you're going to be stretching images, some of the best photos you can use are panoramic photos (like those you made with Windows Live Photo Gallery beta - check out this how-to screencast.) You can also snag some dual screen wallpapers from this gallery. DisplayFusion is a free download. For more features, like the ability to extend the taskbar across multiple monitors, hotkeys, keyboard shortcuts, and unified screensavers, you may want to shell out the $40 for UltraMon instead. (via LifeHacker)
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