Allows you to move and copy windows among your desktops
|Version||1.6.14 Build 2439|
|Updated||Sep 4th 2014|
Dexpot GbR N/A N/A
|Crack Size||5 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 2008|
Having a crowded desktop can be quite bothersome, especially if you want to work with different programs at the same time. Dexpot is a light tool that can increase the area of your screen by creating several virtual desktops.
The program comes with a clean interface that you should find quite easy to work with.
As mentioned, Dexpot has the ability to create up to 20 different virtual desktops that may have individual wallpapers, resolution and icons. You can switch between these with the help of a hotkey, tray icons, the Desktop Manager or an automatic slideshow.
Some settings can be modified from the app’s interface. For instance, the app may be set to launch at system startup, while the process priority can be modified to any of the preset options (low, normal, high and real-time).
Furthermore, the desktop manager transparency levels can be modified with the help of a slider, while the background may be set to a user-defined color. The windows may be sorted by title.
As mentioned, the app comes with hotkey support. For instance, you may use these to switch the desktops, move and copy the windows and adjust the opacity, to name just a few. It’s also possible to switch the desktops by using the mouse.
The bottom line is that Dexpot Crack is a nice tool that can expand the usability of the desktop area. Inexperienced users shouldn’t have any problems in figuring out how to work with this program.
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