Flash Desktops

2.52.94

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$25.00
Rated:
Downloads: 1
Op. System: Windows 2000/98/NT
Last updated: 2008-04-29
File size: 726 KB
Publisher: Trombettworks
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Publisher description for Flash Desktops

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Flash Desktops is the first REALTIME virtual Desktop Manager. Flash Desktops is just DIFFERENT from all the other Virtual Desktop Manager you have tried up to now because it focuses on: Absolute Efficiency: These kinds of "organizing" softwares are either super comfortable and absolutely responsive or just useless. Flash Desktops is simply the fastest virtual desktop manager ever created. It's optimized up to the assembler level obtaining REALTIME performances. The windows are switched as fast as theoretically possible, with virtually NO overhead. Optimizations range from superfast hooks to avoid polling to pipeline multithread internal structure and Windows API scheduling to optimize Microsoft Windows painting routines. All this and much more allows a speed and responsiveness from 2 to 3 times faster than competing products. The most comfortable: The standard way to MOVE a window to another desktop is: "Just focus it and then rightclick to the desktop-icon where you want to send it to" (of course you also have many Hotkeys). This has proven to be the most efficient way and it's almost laziness-proof. Actually with most VDMs moving a window elsewhere is so complicated that in facts you find yourself always using the first desktop. On the contrary reorganizing the windows in the desktops with FD is ligtning fast, and this greatly improves your productivity. No real drawbacks: If you use it your system will be just like before. FD is extremely light and uses a Minimal amount of resources and no CPU time when idle. And it's totally unobtrusive. You always know what is happening: FD gives feedback to let you know if there are problems of any kind (e.g. nonresponsive applications) and you always have detailed info. The manual widely documents how FD works and all the possible conflicts/solutions.

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