You may be tempted to dismiss this product based solely on the truly awful English used to describe it, but don't be too hasty. This desktop manager actually works pretty well. Super X Desktop doesn't offer any guidance to getting started, but the typos and other errors found in the single online FAQ indicate any written instruction might not be beneficial anyway. That said, you'll soon get the hang of this flexible program, which lets you add up to a hundred virtual desktops and offers several ways to move among them, including hot keys and the system tray icon. You can also customize desktop titles to further organize your work. The Application Manager lets you see what's open on each of the desktops and easily move items from one to another. The only real downside is the 15-day trial limitation, but any user looking for a comprehensive, easy-to-use desktop organizer will appreciate this feature-rich program.