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Old 19-12-2006, 08:12 PM   #1
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Default A question to Linux users ( or smart windows users )

Hi all,

Sorry i've been away so long but i had a lot of computer problems and i was also mixed up a little in jobhunting (which i finally found last monday), but i have a question that might be 2 easy to ask here... but i can't find it.

There's a (intergrated) tool in Linux that let's u pick up your entire desktop and move it to the side, creating a clean desktop again..... i would like to know what the name is of this tool so that i can try and find it for windows XP... since it's the main reason i would ever consider using a MAC or Linux( no offence to u guys.... but i'm a GAMER )

Thanks on forehand

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for all that wanted to know what i was talking about, the tool is called Virtual Desktop (and yes that means i found it)
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brother has done that before, pretty neat tool ...
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