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Think of your desktop as a sheet of paper. It has one visible surface. Now imagine that there is a number of surfaces, or pages, with only one visible at a time. All the pages are of the same size - size of your monitor screen and are placed one above other, as opposed to one beside other. That is how goScreen works.
It creates a number of virtual pages on your monitor screen. The only limit is your computer resources. Normally, when a program is started, it is given a button on the Windows taskbar. With goScreen your taskbar gets deeper too. So, there is still a taskbar entry for each program, but there are many taskbars - one for each virtual page. That is why, when you switch pages, all the taskbar buttons are being changed as well.
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