Give your multiple monitors their own functioning taskbars.
While you may employ two or more monitors for use with your work or personal PC, Windows still only provides one taskbar at the bottom of the primary monitor. You can continually move that taskbar back and forth between monitors to fit your needs, or you can try ZBar to have multiple taskbars when and where you need them. ZBar places a taskbar at the top or bottom of all non-primary monitors in your setup, allowing you to customize them by color, and add the time and a calendar. You can also use keyboard shortcuts to move windows one screen along, or centrally manage your desktop images, using one for each screen or one across all screens.by Zhorn Software at www.zhornsoftware.co.uk/zbar