3D desktops

Have you ever seen 3d desktop ?  it  looks  amazing!

Here is  screenshot   from  my  desktop !!!.


Here you can watch video about  3d desktop.

In this video it was used on Linux but most of us have Windows operating system (xp or vista) and I’ll tell you  how to  make such  3d desktop  on  them.

There are several programs which makes it possible. In this case I’ll use  Yodm 3D.

See how  Yod3d works on Vista:


*Windows XP/Vista.
*Graphic Card with DirectX 9 support.

You can download it from here  http://rs118.rapidshare.com/files/26524705/yodm3D.zip

When you download this file extract it and run Yodm3d.exe .

To rotate the 3D desktop cube:

CTRL+SHIFT+Left/Right = Swith to next or previous desktop.

CTRL+SHIFT+Up = Activate Yod’m 3D and show a “far” or “wide-angle” view of the current desktop, and then press Left or Right to select turn the desktop cube.

CTRL+SHIFT+Down = Activate and show a “near” or “tele-photo” view of the current desktop, and then press Left or Right to switch rotate the desktop.

Hold down CTRL+SHIFT to use the mouse to turn and rotate the cube horizontally. Use the scroll wheel to zoom in or out.

To move a windows to another desktop (total of virtual 4 desktops):

1. Click and hold on the title bar of the window (not maximized if possible).
2. Press and hold on CTRL+SHIFT keys to activate the Yod’m 3D cube.
3. When the cube is activated, move the window to the left or right.
4. Release CTRL+SHIFT keys.

Features of Yod’m 3D:

* Scroll arrow at the dockbar to manage shortcut icon.
* Transparent color for the title.
* Progress bar for thumbnails of copy, download and the loading of Internet explorer’s pages.
* Management of windows screenshot will avoid waiting for hanged application.
* Wallpaper for each virtual desktop.
* Background image support.
* Notification message if an application “flash” in the taskbar of another desktop.
* List of the windows of other virtual desktop in the menu accessible by clicking on taskbar icon.

Have fun!


One Response

  1. Many thanks for the post. I enjoyed reading it. You have a very well-designed blog.

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