You don’t need an extra tool to have a single image span multiple monitors. Just set the background “position” to “Tile” in the display properties of Windows, and an image of the proper resolution will be displayed as you would expect
True, I should have mentioned that. But Display Fusion and Ultramon also offer a “stretch” option for images that aren’t exactly the right size.
If your desktop should never be visible and is not “a destination”, then doesn’t that mean that the whole desktop metaphor is failing us?
Most people just drop files there, which is quite honestly more efficient than opening up Windows Explorer and looking through folders for stuff
Sure, using the desktop as a scratch area is OK, but that means you have to keep some fragment of it visible-- it’s sort of a catch-22. I’m not against this, I do it myself, but I wonder if it’s just a throwback to the bad old days.