Virtual Display Manager complements your existing single or multi-monitor system with the convenience of additional virtual displays that can share existing physical screens using existing hardware, along with the ability to call up different monitor configurations at the push of a button.
Many recent studies, including Microsoft Research, show that multi-monitor systems as well as larger monitors can improve user productivity by 10-50%. However, several factors are driving the rise in the use of multiple monitors along with large-screen displays:
The cost of purchasing additional equipment (monitors and updated video cards)
Desktop space required for additional or large monitors
App compatibility where most apps are not designed to work with larger screen sizes.
Power consumption and therefore additional costs
Works with any number of physical monitors and is configurable per physical monitor.
Can split each physical monitor into up to 16 individual Virtual Displays.
Virtual Displays can be evenly sized or individually scaled to fit user’s requirements, i.e. evenly spaced layouts and asymmetrical configurations are supported. This is important when monitors of different sizes and aspect ratios are involved.
Supports local logins and remote connections – Microsoft RDP and Citrix ICA sessions, VNC and Radmin, are just a few examples.
Allows for switching between local and remote logins without loss in system window configuration and placement, which is independent from the monitor count or size.
Provides for icon placement control when changing to different monitor geometry or configuration.
Lower your operating costs.
Maximize efficiency of your Desktop real-estate.
Add multi-monitor support with the thin-client and VDI applications.
Use your computer locally or on the go without termination of your applications due to screen changes and/or remote connectivity.
Supplement large monitors or advanced video hardware with one-click configuration simplicity.
Virtual Display Manager will make your desktop life easier!
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