VirtualScreens
VirtualScreens
2.0.1

3.1

VirtualScreens free download for Mac

VirtualScreens2.0.1

11 February 2004

Allows many virtual desktops.

Overview

VirtualScreens is a small app that resides in the System Status Bar (the rightmost part of the menu bar) of Mac OS X (Jaguar and Panther). It enables unilimited "virtual screens". A virtual screen is simply a user-defined set of active (visible) applications. When the user changes the virtual screen, the applications that were visible are hidden, and the hidden applications that belong to the new virtual screen are shown. In this way, you can reduce the cluttering on your screen and organize the running applications in the way that's most convenient to you.

What's new in VirtualScreens

Version 2.0.1:
  • Fixed a bug that prevented some apps from being hidden on changing screen under certain situations

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How would you rate VirtualScreens app?

5 Reviews of VirtualScreens

2.75
Anonymous
31 January 2004
Version: 2.0

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works as advertised, but Desktop Manager is so much better. Plus, the icon for this looks like the Windows logo.
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3.5
Anonymous
12 February 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Can't explain why, but I prefer DestopManeger
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Anonymous
11 February 2004
Version: 2.0.1
NO. You are dead wrong... there are older versions of Desktop Manager that work with previous versions of OS X. This happens often, a developer updates a given software and it is no longer supported under older OS X versions, but the developer keeps older versions of his software available for download for use with older OS X versions... (2/11/2004, Version: 2.0.1)
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Anonymous
11 February 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Desktop Manager requires Panther.
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Anonymous
11 February 2004
Version: 2.0.1
Agreed... Sets up the multiple desktops as it should, but Desktop Manager has this all taped down by now.
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2.75
Anonymous
31 January 2004
Version: 2.0
works as advertised, but Desktop Manager is so much better. Plus, the icon for this looks like the Windows logo.
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