Got a great tip from listening to the pod cast at http://www.stackoverflow.com/ (if you don't subscribe you should!). Jeff Atwood in passing mentioned a program I've been looking for, for a long time. It's called WinSplit Revolution. I'm big time into multiple monitors, here's a picture of my previous setup, my current one is similar, but have a 24" as my main monitor, then two 21" on each side and finally a 900x1440 off to the left.
- My center monitor is used for editing source code editing, my primary source of revenue.
- Left 21" monitor has all the extra VS.NET windows such as solution explorer, output, error windows etc...
- Right 21" monitor has the output of the project I'm working, usually have IE and Firefox open.
- I recently added back in the far left monitor, a 900x1440 in portrait mode. On this monitor, I've got my email and Debug View.
Anyway back to the WinSplit Revolution, this program uses a CTRL-ALT-NUMPAD KEY to position the current quadrants on the screen.
Check this one out, you won't be sorry!