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Posted on 2001-07-17
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Is their a way on Win NT to have your desktop split into more than one view like you can in xwindows or most linux systems?
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by:Lee W, MVP
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There is no built in multiple desktop app.  I'd be surprised if there wasn't some shareware or commercial program that does this.  Dashboard, an OLD win31 program provided this functionality for Win31.
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Lee W, MVP earned 50 total points
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This program may do what you are asking for...
http://download.cnet.com/downloads/0-1461989-100-1435961.html
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by:supicab
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nt resurce kit but y do not remember the name of exe file
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by:jjeff1
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There is a popular program called Litestep ( www.litestep.net). But like Linux, it is not user friendly to the average Joe.
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by:k314ten
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heuuu..you can use "Desktops.exe" from the NT Res Kit.
If don't have this I can send it to you by @.


zino.aouiguer@axa-corporatesolutions.com

Regards.
Zino
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