A question by one of my Year 7 tutor groups about virtual desktops in Ubuntu Linux got me thinking this morning. I use virtual desktops at home to switch between various ‘modes’ (blogging, record-keeping, email, etc.) so why not at school?
I discovered the excellent, free, Yod’m 3D after reading this Lifehacker post. This adds ‘virtual desktops’ to your Windows PC. Pressing two keys and an arrow key allows you to transfer between desktops really quickly and easily. Coupled with the ‘pause’ (or ‘freeze’) button the remote control for my data projector, this is extraordinarily handy! 🙂