• Subject: Re: RTFM (was: CPYF behavior)
  • From: "Gary Kuznitz " <docfxit@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 09:11:30 -0800

Ask and you shall receive......

To get a second desktop with just one click on the system tray in 
'95 you can use some freeware called DoubleDeskTop at:
http://www.midstream.com/indexdd.shtml
Just go down the page and click on "DoubleDesktop for Windows 
9x/NT"

Enjoy,

Gary Kuznitz


On 18 Jan 00, at 15:15, Jim Langston wrote:

> Well, the virtual desktops in windows are a little different...
> Your display can have many windows open on the screen,
> then you can switch to another virtual display and open up
> more windows.  So you could have 3 windows open on
> one, 4 on the other, more on even more virtual displays.
> 
> Then you can switch between them.
> 
> It would be like minimizing your whole desktop in windows
> and having another one pop up.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Jim Langston
> 
> "Fisher, Don" wrote:
> 
> > Pardon my ignorance, but how does this differ from having all open
> > applications "maximized" and using the ALT-TAB key sequence to
> > switch between them?
> >
> > <SNIP>
> > One great feature of X-based workstations (like Linux) is
> > multiple virtual displays that you can easily switch between
> > using one physical monitor.  You can have one virtual display
> > with an editor open to your work, another with help text,
> > a third running Minesweeper, etc.  It's something I really
> > miss here at work - the WNT desktop is horrible in comparison.
> >
> 
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