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100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

A round up of the best dual monitor wallpapers on the web. Full credit goes to the image authors. Let us know about any others you really like!

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100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers

100 Exceptional Desktop Wallpapers



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14 thoughts on “Dual Screen/Monitor Desktop Wallpapers [Set 03]”

  1. Peter says:

    I have always been able to have two indepeendant wallpapers – one for each screen. Under Vista this appears not to be possible. Use an Nvidia card/driver but I notice there is no ‘Nview’ on the vista version. Anyone got ideas on how to achive independant wallpapers which is possible in XP?

  2. Peter says:

    I have always been able to have two indepeendant wallpapers – one for each screen. Under Vista this appears not to be possible. Use an Nvidia card/driver but I notice there is no ‘Nview’ on the vista version. Anyone got ideas on how to achive independant wallpapers which is possible in XP?

  3. Peter says:

    I have always been able to have two indepeendant wallpapers – one for each screen. Under Vista this appears not to be possible. Use an Nvidia card/driver but I notice there is no ‘Nview’ on the vista version. Anyone got ideas on how to achive independant wallpapers which is possible in XP?

  4. Rich says:

    I am unsure of how to do this. Someone at the forums may know.

  5. Rich says:

    I am unsure of how to do this. Someone at the forums may know.

  6. Rich says:

    I am unsure of how to do this. Someone at the forums may know.

  7. Jim says:

    to use independent wallpapers on your monitors check out a program called ultamon. http://www.realtimesoft.com/ultramon/download.asp This is the link to the trail version, works on 32 and 64 bit.xp and vista.

  8. Jim says:

    to use independent wallpapers on your monitors check out a program called ultamon. http://www.realtimesoft.com/ultramon/download.asp This is the link to the trail version, works on 32 and 64 bit.xp and vista.

  9. Jim says:

    to use independent wallpapers on your monitors check out a program called ultamon. http://www.realtimesoft.com/ultramon/download.asp This is the link to the trail version, works on 32 and 64 bit.xp and vista.

  10. Matutin says:

    Really cool wallpapers! And tx u Jim for the data, i was looking for a soft like ultamon. It’s only for Windows or can be done for Linux also?

  11. Matutin says:

    Really cool wallpapers! And tx u Jim for the data, i was looking for a soft like ultamon. It’s only for Windows or can be done for Linux also?

  12. Matutin says:

    Really cool wallpapers! And tx u Jim for the data, i was looking for a soft like ultamon. It’s only for Windows or can be done for Linux also?

  13. Pepelacho says:

    Very cool wallpaper. Thank you for making my work enviroment just a little more personal.

  14. Fortuneteller2401 says:

    I have two dual 1600*900 20″ acer p206hv and i do not have a wallpaper which get the two screen please help…

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