Goodbye crowded desktop. There are many programs for Windows that help you organize and optimize windows desktop space. These tools to customize the PC even serve to create multiple desktops in three dimensions (3D), which are accessible from multiple views. Just do require machines with multicore processors and powerful graphics cards with dedicated video memory. This is our selection of applications to create and manage multiple 3D desktops.
1. CubeDesktop NXT:
The license costs $ 25 per computer, although there is a trial version. Once installed, it is fully integrated into the taskbar of Windows 8 or Windows 7. Create up to six virtual desktops with 3D effects. It offers up to eight display modes of desktops available, among which there is a slideshow, a bucket and a carousel. No change to another desk to take a look at the applications, because the tool provides real-time previews.
The user has many possibilities to customize all aspects of the configuration through simple key combinations. You can protect certain applications from prying eyes; just mark them as private so that the system requires a password before viewing. It works with Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 with Aero enabled.
2. Shock 4Way 3D:
The developer is Shock and provides free this tool, which is in Castilian. You can work with four desks in three dimensions, which may be presented as the faces of a cube, as a series in a row or as a tapestry with all desktops in the same view. The window management is similar to the Aqua system of Mac or Windows Vista. Makes use keystrokes to move from one desktop to another quickly, the user can change the default key combinations.
It is a free application that works with Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. It is suitable for users who work with a PC but want to enjoy the experience to operate a computer with MAC OS X. Create six virtual spaces on the desktop to divide the open application windows in a more orderly. Also added display features typical of Mac OS X and Windows 8. The user can move around the virtual desktops like turning the page of a book. It uses keystrokes and mouse movements. Among other possibilities, you can modify the way to minimize the windows and switch between windows and applications.
It’s free and is in English. Create two desks by default, but you can add more from the system tray, or remove them one by one. It can handle up to nine virtual desktops and are transitions are 3D. It offers a preview of all desktops that can go from one to another with the dates of the keyboard or the mouse wheel.