When you're working with multiple applications, the Windows Task Bar enables you to iconify an application you require at a later date. However, if you're working with a number of applications, your Task Bar can soon become cluttered and it's not easy to keep more than one application maximised and attempt to jump between open apps. There's no Expose built in to Windows XP.
Another option is to create an additional workspace and then use a key combination to switch between these workspaces. You could have Photoshop maximised and open on one workspace and Illustrator on the other. A quick CTRL+ALT+2 quickly takes you to your other app. Vivid Desktop is a virtual space manager that enables you to create multiple workspaces on your system (although any more than four may prove a problem in itself).
Despite the failure of Google Glass, the company is still investing in augmented reality
If the government doesn't like you, you'll have to walk to work
Connexin drops out of Ofcom auction due to start next week
SwiftKey users now send two billion emoji every week