GiMeSpace Desktop Extender 126.96.36.199
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GiMeSpace Desktop Extender description
Extends you Desktop without Limits! Navigate by just moving your mouse.
GiMeSpace Desktop Extender provides a smarter way to use your desktop. It is a small and very simple program for Windows XP or later versions that will allow you to expand your desktop without any limits.
When you move your mouse to the edge of your screen you will notice that your desktop extends beyond the borders of your normal desktop. There is a popup navigator panel where you can see your whole extended desktop and move your windows around. It provides a cheap alternative for adding more monitors to your computer.
New in this version is that you can resize you windows to a size that is bigger then your physical screen. This can be very handy for computers with a small screen like netbook, etc.
In the registered version you can select the autoarrange option to keep your windows next to each other. Also screenshots can be taken to give a real impression of your whole desktop.
It has the option to make your Desktop scroll always when you move the mouse. This way you much more enjoy your extra space while at the same time you don't have to move your mouse long distances any more!
Other options are: Sticky scrolling, no more scrolling when you hit shortly the border. Scroll one screen at a time. And scrolling using the keyboard. There is a tab where you can select windows that you don't want to scroll, like toolbars etc. You can also select a custom background image for your overview panel. You can limit the virtual desktop to the space used by your application windows. And you can save and restore the positions and sizes of all your windows.
This program gives you back the pan and scan scrolling function of windows xp for windows vista and windows 7.
Try out the free trial version to experience the freedom of more desktop space!
What's new in this release:
fixing compatibility issues