Windows 7 Dual Monitor Theme

Do you have a dual monitor? If so, you might like this fancy dual-monitor Windows 7 Theme!
Dual Monitor Windows 7 Theme


Dual Monitor Wallpaper

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How to Use Dual-Monitor Wallpapers

In order to use this dual-monitor theme, you might need additional programs like DisplayFusion that allows you to setup dual-screen wallpapers. If you use any of the Windows 7 background positions, e.g. Stretch, Fit or Tile then it won’t work. A tutorial how to setup dual-monitor wallpapers will follow shortly.

Also very useful is a dual-monitor taskbar which might come in handy if you are using multiple monitors.

Did you like this dual-monitor theme? We will be adding more as soon as possible!

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3 Responses to Windows 7 Dual Monitor Theme

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Bruce Robb said:

    All very well and good, but where does it put the images, so that I can point to them with DisplayFusion?

  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Mike said:

    Using DisplayFusion or UltraMon requires browsing to the directory with the images to display them. I’ve seached all of C: and nothing!!! A quick Google search shows all the BS involved with getting a few pics from theme packs. When your theme pack is installed it displays the same thing on both monitors and leaves us hanging. Why bother?

  3. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Mike said:

    Upon further investigation I found the pics here:

    C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Themes
    ie: In place of will be your initials or what you chose during the windows installation. If you don’t remember – look in each folder.

    Also, if you right mouse on your desktop and choose personalize you will be brought to a window where you can choose Desktop Background (SlideShow) and setup the theme from this site. Why is this not included with “How to Use Dual-Monitor Wallpapers” above???????

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