T3Desk

Manage apps and windows in a 3D desktop

Who said your Windows desktop was limited to two dimensions? With T3Desk you can turn it into a fully three-dimensional space to manage apps and windows more comfortably. View full description

PROS

  • Nice, realistic 3D effect
  • Easy keyboard shortcuts
  • Many configuration options
  • Light on system resources

CONS

  • Not really that useful

Very good
8

Who said your Windows desktop was limited to two dimensions? With T3Desk you can turn it into a fully three-dimensional space to manage apps and windows more comfortably.

T3Desk is very easy to install and setup. Unlike other similar desktop eyecandy, it's surprisingly light on system resources and gives you the opportunity to handle all running apps and opened windows on your overcrowded desktop in an easier way.

All you have to do to use T3Desk is press the Ctrl, Shift or Alt key while clicking on the minimize button on any window or app; instead of being minimized to the taskbar, it'll turn into a full 3D object that can be freely moved around the desktop. The effect is quite realistic, and adapts to the windows position and movements.

T3Desk features a complete configuration menu that enables you to adapt the program to your liking without any fuss. The only thing I missed was the possibility to use it in dual screen systems. Whether this tool is really helpful or just another desktop useless decoration, it's up to you!

T3Desk is a surprisingly lightweight app that turns your regular desktop into a fully 3D environment, making windows and apps easier to manage.

Changes

  • Customizable Hotkeys
  • Start minimized into the system tray
  • Copy 3D Window image to Clipboard
  • Multiple monitor support
  • One more "3Dmize" option
  • Few bugs fixed
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T3Desk 2010 10.09

— User reviews — about T3Desk

  • jty206

    by jty206

    "Worked just ok, really good at refusing to uninstall"

    OK software, I guess I was hoping for more, the big issue is now it won't leave. I get real nervous when files refuse to... More.

    reviewed on June 16, 2010