There is technology built in to Windows that isn't readily accessible unless you employ the services of a third party product to 'open up' the hidden feature. Virtual desktop technology is a good example. You can quite easily create another desktop on Windows that will enable you to open and view an application, full screen, whilst you work on another application on your main desktop screen. A good example is a designer who is working on a DTP tool and has their photo editor open on the virtual desktop.
VirtuaWin 3.0.7 is a tool that will enable you to take advantage of the virtual desktop technology and also switch between open virtual desktops. Switching between desktops is easy and can be achieved through a key shortcut combination.
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