Hi everyone, I just swapped out my two R9 390s for a GTX 1080. So far I am happy with the card but there doesn't seem to be any way set game profiles to switch the environment from extended desktop to surround, when said specified games are launched. In fact there doesn't seem to be any way that is very quick or efficient. Currently I run in extended mode and when I wish to switch to surround I do CTRL + ALT + S and then when I am done I do CTRL + ALT + S followed by Win + P and click Extended to revert back to extended. I wouldn't mind leaving surround enabled at all times but some of my games do not support an ultra wide format and I am not wild about the way the taskbar has to be spanned across all 3 monitors. I did see the option to confine the taskbar to 1 monitor but a side effect of that with Windows 10 at least, seems to be that the start menu still opens on the far left regardless of the taskbar being in the center. I have done some research and found some people have luck with associating surround with "Second Screen Only" and simply using Windows + P to select either second screen only or extended to toggle but this is not working for me. From what I can see these posts with that work around are older and it might no longer work with the newer drivers on Windows 10. I have also found a post regarding "Nvidia Surround Toggle" but that doesn't seem to work for me either, it just hangs for a minute or so then crashes. So as a total noob to team green; I come to you, Guru of 3D members who I consider the most up to date on anything and everything graphics related for help with a work around/script/solution. Any ideas?