- The Washington Times - Monday, May 15, 2006

You may or may not want to try this at work, but it sure sounds interesting:

Xilokit, the friendly digital productivity company, today announced the release of Deskloops 1.4 for free download at www.deskloops.com. Deskloops 1.4 delivers a new application management system to group related applications and files into intuitive visual projects or ‘loops’.

Users of WindowsXP operating system gain a parallel desktop environment that solves the basic problem of managing multiple sources of content. Deskloops, not to be confused as a new operating system, gives users an infinitely expandable platform to manage multiple windows and applications simultaneously and increase desktop ‘screen-estate’.

To date, Deskloops has nearly 200,000 registered Beta users and it is estimated that more than a million unregistered downloads are in use as a result of free availability to computer clubs and bloggers since autumn 2005.

The Deskloops application is a new content organizational tool for Windows. Deskloops users can organize open windows and applications and group them into a single project or file called the loop. The loop, with its own unique file extension, displays all open content, such as web sites, data files, images, spreadsheets, PDFs and other applications and links windows end to end in one loop that can be rapidly scrolled horizontally across the desktop. The loop environment enables a user to group all content related to a project or task for more efficient orientation, organization and collaboration.

I plan to try it soon and will report back in this space.


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