Multiwall is a program that allows you to customize the wallpaper of those who use more than one monitor to the same computer. With this application, you can put different images or even set for a monitor is the continuation of the other figure. Unlike Windows 8, which already has this function to customize each monitor with a different look or expand the same figure of all screens, Windows 7 has this feature and, by default, puts the same wallpaper that you set in all monitors. But with multiwall, now you can adjust all that. More than just insert the pictures, this application has some editing functions for you to have autonomy over the image that will appear on your desktop. Starting with the resizing and positioning, multiwall allows you to put the wallpaper as you like without hassle. You can drag the image from one side to another to find the best place. If you want to rotate it, there is an area with few options in this regard. In addition, a number of pre-settings for you to resize the figure, such as maintaining the stretch ratios, only expand, among others.
The application also includes editing effects to images. You can apply more or less brightness, and change them to black and white, sepia, grayscale, and even reverse the color scheme.
Multiwall has a series of images already installed the program. They are good options for high resolution so you can begin to customize your desktop and play with the effect of putting the same picture divided between the monitors, as a continuation.
Like some photo found on the Internet and want to use it as wallpaper? Just copy the target URL of the picture for a multiwall address bar and press the Enter key. The image will appear in the program and you will have the option to set it as your wallpaper.