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and for the record, windows manhandles dual monitor like a lump of dog poop. no really. it's attrocious once you see the freedom in X.
X now has built in support for not only multiple monitors, but virtual servers distributed over a network. your two monitors don't even need to be in the same country to be able to drag an app between screens... can windows do that on it's own???