Desktop Manager is a virtual desktop program and Windows shell. A virtual desktop program gives you more work space, you use a control of some kind and you switch to another virtual screen where you can run different applications. So, instead of hunting for windows behind other windows on one cramped screen you can keep them separate and switch to them when you need to work with them. A Windows shell is what you see on the desktop, the interface for interacting with the system, it includes the icons, folders, the taskbar, etc. Desktop Manager is what you make of it.
No MFC used resulting in small executables.
Each desktop can have it's own display resolution, system colours, and wallpaper image.
Modular to the extreme, very extendable and customizable.
Can be used as a Windows replacement shell.
Works under Win9x and WinNT/Win2K.. * *Not all features available under Win95 and WinNT