Software update: DisplayFusion 7.2

Binary Fortress Software has released version 7.2 of DisplayFusion. With this program it is possible to manage a multimonitor setup. For example, a separate background or screensaver can be set per screen and programs can be opened on a screen to be determined by the user. A license costs about 13 euros, or 18 euros for all computers in a household. There is also a free version, but of course it has less possibilities. More information about DisplayFusion is on this page. The changelog for this release looks like this:


  • Fully compatible with Windows 10
  • New Wallpaper provider: Digital Blasphemy
  • New Wallpaper provider: Wallpaper Abyss
  • Added a setting to choose which window gets opened when double-clicking the tray icon
  • Prefers .NET 4.0 now, but will still run with .NET 2.0
  • Includes 2 new screen savers
  • Updates to existing screen savers
  • Added many new functions and fixed some bugs with the Scripted Functions API
  • Added an Advanced Setting to force the taskbar buttons to be sorted alphabetically
  • Added many new functions and fixed some bugs with the Scripted Functions API


  • Improved Start8 and Start10 integration
  • Hook performance reliability improvements (too many to list)
  • Translation fixes
  • Resolved an issue that caused duplicate context menu entries
  • Resolved a crashing issue
  • Resolved some UI issues at 125% and 150% font scaling
  • Improved compatibility with maximized windows on split monitors
  • You can now use the Tab key in a HotKey binding
  • Resolved some crashes and silent exits (silent crashes)
  • No longer crashes when running the save/restore window location functions on some computers
  • Group policy improvements
  • Resolved an issue that caused DisplayFusion to deadlock, hang or crash
  • TitleBar Buttons no longer overlap Chrome user-switching button
  • Added an Advanced Setting to pass parameters to the application that runs when the wallpaper is set
  • Key Combination editor now shows the correct keys, not just “OEM5”
  • TitleBar Buttons on child windows no longer appear on top of other child windows
  • Screen Saver timeout sometimes failed to save correctly
  • Middle-clicking a taskbar button to open a new instance now passes the command line parameters correctly
  • Taskbar previews sometimes failed to open
  • Settings backup/restore now works correctly for all scripted functions
  • Screen Saver performance improvements
  • Alt+Tab compatibility improvements
  • Taskbar compatibility improvements
  • TitleBar Button compatibility improvements
  • Performance and memory usage improvements

Version number 7.2
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website Binary Fortress
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License type Shareware