Binary Fortress Software: Apps to Make Life Easier!

DisplayFusionDisplayFusion will make your multi-monitor life much easier! With powerful features like Multi-Monitor Taskbars, TitleBar Buttons and fully customizable HotKeys, DisplayFusion will make managing your multiple monitors easy.

CheckCentralCheckCentral handles your email alerts & notifications for you. Simply tell us what emails to expect and when to expect them. We'll let you know when something needs your attention.

WallpaperFusionThe best multi-monitor and Eyefinity wallpaper images, all in one place! Thousand's of hand-picked images, ready for your mobile device or multi-monitor computer.

FileSeekFileSeek is a simple, easy-to-use file search utility that includes advanced functionality for power users too. Search through your files using simple text queries, or use regular expressions for complete control. You can even sync your search settings between computers.

ClipboardFusionClipboardFusion makes it easy to remove clipboard text formatting, replace clipboard text or run powerful macros on your clipboard contents. You can even sync your clipboard with other computers and mobile devices.

iTunesFusioniTunesFusion (formerly iTunes Sync) makes it easy to sync iTunes with almost any phone, tablet or MP3 player. Fast and easy to use, with customizable settings for power-users.

LogFusionLogFusion is a powerful realtime log monitoring application designed for system administrators and developers. If you monitor log files, LogFusion is the tool you need.

Notepad ReplacerDo you use a Notepad alternative, like Notepad++ or Notepad2? Notepad Replacer will allow you to replace the default Windows version of Notepad with whatever alternative you would like to use.

Custom CheckCentral Push Notification Sounds

February 20, 2015

The latest versions of the CheckCentral mobile apps now support custom push notification sounds, so that you can customize your alerts to your liking! The custom notification sounds are available in version 1.4 and up, so if you're not seeing those options in the Settings on the mobile app, switch to the Help page and scroll to the bottom of the page to make sure that you're running 1.4 or higher.

You can set the notification sound for each notification type (Success, Warning, and Failure). For each type, you can choose either the System Default, CheckCentral Default, or a custom notification sound on your device.

To configure the notification sounds:

  1. Open the CheckCentral mobile app
  2. Tap the menu button (top-left)
  3. Tap the Settings item in the menu
  4. Use the buttons on the Settings page to select your notification sounds
  5. Tap the Test button to get a test notification

If you don't receive the test notification when you tap the Test button, scroll to the bottom of the Settings page and tap the Re-register button to try re-registering your device for push notifications.

Customizing Notifications
Customizing Notifications

FileSeek 4.1 Now Available!

February 6, 2015

We're happy to announce that FileSeek 4.1 is now available for download! This release contains a few important fixes and changes:

  • The context menu in Windows Explorer can now handle opening multiple files in one instance of FileSeek
  • You can now drag and drop files into the Include and Exclude files and paths text boxes to automatically append them
  • An preview area has been added to the results pane
  • FileSeek now searches root UNC network paths correctly (i.e. \\server)
  • Resolved an issue where the include files box gets cleared when opening FileSeek from the Explorer context menu
  • Resolved an issue where date filters were not saved correctly in search profiles

Updating FileSeek

We encourage everyone to update to the new version today. We'd like to send out a big thank you to everyone who helped beta test FileSeek, and to the translators who worked hard to make FileSeek available in their native languages!


Search with Image Preview
Search with Image Preview

Top WallpaperFusion Members for January 2015

February 1, 2015

Congratulations to our top contributing members for January 2015! They have been hard at work submitting, rating, and discussing images on WallpaperFusion, and have racked up some impressive reputation scores along the way!

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Check out the current top members or look at previous months on our Top Members page!

Configuring Monitor Splits for Bezel Correction

January 5, 2015

When setting up an NVIDIA Surround or AMD Eyefinity display group, it's possible to also configure custom resolutions that compensate for the space between physical monitors caused by the monitor bezels. Starting with DisplayFusion 7.0, you can configure monitor splits to also compensate for the monitor bezels. The monitor splits allow you to have separate taskbars, wallpaper, and screen savers on each physical monitor, while still leaving Surround/Eyefinity enabled.

Configuring Monitor Splits to Account for Bezel Correction

The following steps are for the fairly standard setup of splitting a 3 monitor NVIDIA Surround/AMD Eyefinity group, aligned horizontally. If you've got a different Surround/Eyefinity setup, the same general steps apply, but you'll need to modify steps 2, 5, and 6 accordingly.

  1. Disable the "Auto-Fill Splits" checkbox.
  2. Use the "Preset Splits" button to select the 3x1 option.
  3. Select each split, and set the "Width" values to the actual resolution of your physical monitor (not the bezel corrected resolution).
  4. Click the "Show Preview" button.
  5. Select the middle split, and using the "Left" box in the Location group, increase the value until you see the white line on the left side of the middle monitor.
  6. Select the right split, and using the "Left" box in the Location group, increase the value until you see the white line on the left side of the middle monitor.
  7. Verify that all three monitors have a white line on all four sides, then click OK, and OK again.

The video below demonstrates these steps on a Surround group that consists of 3 monitors at 1280x1024, with a bezel compensation of 50px between each monitor. The video was captured on a very wide resolution, so it's best viewed full screen with the quality set to 1080p or higher.


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