virtual desktops


Dexpot – added 6/10/2009

Dexpot turns your monitor into up to 20 different desktops. Dexpot optimizes the window managment of your PC and creates and manages virtual desktops and enables you to work far more efficiently and comfortably with many simultaneously opened windows on Windows 95/98/ME and NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista (incl. x64).


MobaLiveCD – added 10/7/2008

MobaLiveCD is a freeware that will run your Linux LiveCD on Windows thanks to the excellent emulator called “Qemu”. MobaLiveCD allows you to test your LiveCD with a single click : after downloading the ISO image file of your favorite LiveCD, you just have to start it in MobaLiveCD and here you are, without the need to burn a CD-Rom or to reboot your computer.


Qemu Manager – added 3/18/2008

Qemu Manager is an easy to use management tool for the fantastic QEMU emulator. It has a wealth of features for creating, managing and running multiple virtual machines.


MojoPac Virtual Desktop – added 11/1/2007

MojoPac Virtual Desktop separates users’ software from the operating system, allowing them to carry their PC experience with them on any portable storage device. In essence, MojoPac software captures everything that is important to users on the PC, such as software applications, configurations, settings, and data files and stores it on a USB storage device. Then, by plugging that USB storage device into any Windows PC, users can transform the host PC into a customized personal computer. MojoPac is truly plug and play, as it does not require any specialized software to be installed on the host PC. A user can install any language pack on a MojoPac device and use that language interface on any PC.


Prism – added 11/1/2007

Prism lets users split web applications out of their browser and run them directly on their desktop. Prism lets users add their favorite web apps to their desktop environment; when invoked, these applications run in their own window. They are accessible with Control-Tab, Command-Tab, and Exposé, just like desktop apps. And users can still access these same applications from any web browser when they are away from their own computers. Prism isn’t a new platform, it’s simply the web platform integrated into the desktop experience. Web developers don’t have to target it separately, because any application that can run in a modern standards-compliant web browser can run in Prism. Prism is built on Firefox, so it supports rich internet technologies like HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and and runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.


VirtuaWin – added 10/31/2007

VirtuaWin works as a virtual desktop manager for the Windows operating system (Win9x/ME/NT/Win2K/XP). A virtual desktop manager lets you organize applications over several virtual desktops (also called ‘workspaces’). Virtual desktops are very common in Unix/Linux, and once you get accustomed to using them, they become an essential part of a productive workflow. VirtuaWin is designed to be simple and elegant to use yet still be highly configurable and extensible.