ha, that is pretty sick. Although, I would never use it, as I need more desktop space, and that limits it, its very cool indeed. What I would like to see is a multiple virtual desktop engine like this, where you could hit a button and have the screen rotate around in a cube like fashion, to another screen with other apps, etc...
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oojacoboo, if you want functionality like that I think you should try DesktopManager(http://desktopmanager.berlios.de/). I'm pretty sure it has the cube swivelling thing. Or it might not, but I think it's a pretty nice piece of software, similar functionality to the vritual desktops in Linux.
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Sounds great but wouldn't it put a strain on the system? VNC runs real slow when the CPU on the host is going nuts from others running programs. I use to help host IRC BNC shells and they would run real slow when 15 or more users are connected setting up bots and such. Of corse this was back in the day that people only used text based ssh logins. VNC uses a way lot more resources. Might be alright for people that don't do much on their computer but it is a real bad idea for companys and advent users.
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