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I currently use Ultramon to manage my dual monitor setup. It is nice, but what I really want is easier wallpaper switching! Yes, it can be done inside ultramon, very simple, but not simple enough. I'd love to be able to right click on an image, and have it say "Set as Left Monitors Background" or "Set as right monitors background"! Is there any program like this or am I going to have to brew my own?

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Ultramo... oh, right, nevermind – Mark Henderson Aug 29 '09 at 23:09
I use DisplayFusion (tried Ultramon but didn't like it) and I'm annoyed by this too! – Maxim Zaslavsky Sep 12 '09 at 23:46

here's a freebie:

The Multi-Monitor Wallpaper Tool allows you to easily customize your desktop wallpaper for dual and multi-monitor systems. Up to nine images can be resized, cropped and tiled as desired across any size desktop image.

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Can anyone vouch for this proggy? – user9060 Aug 29 '09 at 22:28
be the first one to rate it :) however, CNET/ is trustworthy enough a source. – Molly7244 Aug 29 '09 at 22:33