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Developer: ATI Technologies Inc.
Website: http://www.ATI.com
Os: WindowsMe/WindowsXp/WindowsVista/Windows7/
License: Shareware
Price: $19.99
Size: 10.1MB
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HydraVision is a desktop/screen management software mostly providing multi-monitor and virtual-screen management. Besides screen management, it includes hardware accelerated eye finity and has extensive features as it supports hot-keys etc. HydraVision Multi-monitor Management Software enables you to tailor your desktop to the way you work, so you can manage increased amounts of information and improve your productivity. The productivity is increased due to two aspects of HydraVision that is the Breadth which increase your desktop work space by using up to two monitors and the other is Depth which create multiple layers of desktop workspace with Multi-Desk.

Along it there are following specific features of HydraVision which are as follows: Flexible and easy to use- Within minutes HydraVision gives you the power to manage independent monitor display features and it determine the behavior of pop-up windows and dialog boxes in different applications. It switch between desktop with a mouse click or Hot Key. It vary your settings from one application to the next. It customize the features of HydraVision to an application. It Increase your productivity as the ATI wanted to increase your productivity even more, so we have introduced more cool features in version 4 of HydraVision: It is transparent for windows and menus as it has Always-on-Top, Multi-Desk properties, Cycle through desktops view, Move To Monitor, Internet Explorer extension, HydraVision Basic Edition.Using a redesigned user interface, HydraVision Basic Edition will provide users with the essential features required to configure and easily use a multiple display setup.

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