Though it may not live up to its name, this application helps you manage your desktop. Amazing Desktop's interface displays a split screen with two open windows and a panel for each. The panel for the top screen has tabs A through J while the lower panel has tabs 1 through 10, and each tab can hold a single open window. Right-click either of the panels for a menu to manage tabs and access settings. It's easy to add a window to a tab, whether it's a Web page, a spreadsheet, or another program, and you can work in the tabs just as you would on the desktop. The program offers other tools, including the handy Run commands that let you choose a Web site from nearly 50 categories, including News, Games, and Finance, and open it in a tab. We like that you can minimize the application and work in other windows on the desktop, but we would prefer the ability to add more tabs. This program wasn't as intuitive as some desktop managers and may not be a good choice for the novice, but it does offer a nice set of features to manage open windows.
Are you running out of desktop space? Do you have too many applications running to use your computer effectively? Is it hard to copy or compare information between applications? If your answer is yes, Amazing Desktop is the key to take away all your concerns. It allows you to use tabs and panels to manage running applications on your desktop. Each application is attached to a tab so that you can switch applications the same as switching sheets in a spreadsheet. The panels let you compare and copy information between applications. You can manage up to 20 applications of any kind with one copy of Amazing Desktop and have as many copies as you need. Therefore you can in fact expand your desktop space with no limitation.
Version 2.0 starts Windows Manager instead of Windows Explorer as the default.