Actual Multiple Monitor Enables Playing Diablo III on Multi-Monitor Systems

A simple but effective trick announced in the new version of Actual Multiple Monitors makes playing Diablo III in a multiple display environment more convenient and pleasant. With a single keypress, the mouse cursor is unlocked from the games display, allowing a user to easily switch to other applications.

Krasnoyarsk, Russia, September 20, 2013 --( Most Diablo III players prefer the "Fullscreen" display mode because it provides the fastest video output and the smoothest game experience. However, as the game does not support multiple monitors, those users who have more than one monitor quickly discover that fullscreen Diablo III occupies the primary display only. The secondary monitor (or monitors) stays free for some parallel activity (like web surfing, chatting, or even working).

However, the game locks the mouse cursor within the primary monitor boundaries and minimizes its window if the user presses the Alt+Tab hotkey, thus preventing any kind of easy parallel operation. Indeed, the task switching process consumes time, since the game needs to free resources when it is minimized and then to allocate them again when the user switches back.

Actual Multiple Monitors, an Actual Tools product extending typical Windows multi-monitor functionality, proposes a better solution. The program simply turns off mouse lock as soon as the user presses a pre-defined hotkey (Ctrl-Alt-Shift-I by default) allowing easy switching to other applications and tasks running on other monitors of the system. This trick results in smooth transition from playing to another activity and back. More about playing games on multiple monitors with AMM can be found at

Of course, this option works with other games too, not only Diablo III. And the range of other options that Actual Multiple Monitors has makes this feature-rich application a "must have" tool for any multi-monitor system user.

Pricing and availability
Actual Multiple Monitors runs on all Windows platforms from Windows 2000 onwards and costs $24.95 (USD) for a single-user license. Additional information on Actual Multiple Monitors, a collection of tutorial articles and success stories, and a 30-day evaluation copy are available on the Actual Tools website.

Actual Tools was founded in 2001. The company's main focus is software tools altering the Windows interface, making it much more convenient for everyday use. Its flagship product, Actual Windows Manager is acclaimed as a true "must have" tool by hundreds of thousands users all over the world.

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Jennifer May