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VirtuaWIn 4.4 / 4.5 Beta 2      

Size:   416.5KB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2016-09-22  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows All

Downloads:   6098

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


USER RATING

4.33

(6 Votes)

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Software Product Description

VirtuaWIn is a virtual desktop manager to organize applications over several "virtual" desktops. For example if you use two virtual desktops you can put a Web browser on desk 1 and by using a desktop manager "switch away" the Web browser and it will seem like you have a new empty workspace (desk 2) to put another application/applications on.
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USER REVIEWS

"Awesome."

Reviewer: -bukizzle316

Review Date: 2008-11-08

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I regret ignoring virtual desktop managers in the past. I always assumed that on machines with older hardware that turning your 1 desktop into as many as you'd like, and trying to switch between them all with a bunch of apps running at the same time was out of the question. I was happily proven wrong. I'm running an 866 Mhz processor, 512 MB RAM, Windows XP Pro with Service Pack 3, and I'm now using 4 virtual desktops, with 15 or so apps running, including my rather memory heavy anti-virus, anti-spyware, WMP, LimeWire and switching between all 4 desktops takes me about 2 or 3 seconds.

I've taken a good look at most of the other VWMs and this seems like the smallest, most convienent one of them all. After some settings changes, I can scroll through all 4 continously by middle clicking the mouse botton on the icon in the system tray.

Summary: People on old machines don't avoid these because you think your system can't handle it, you'll be pleasantly surprised.

Deserves a 10, what a great addition to lame Windows.

4.33

Average Rating

(5 Votes)

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