Fun stuff for Vista?(12 posts)
It's just the Linux Compiz Fusion 3D cube that supports virtual desktops. The problem is that since it requires the Aero interface it needs hardware that supports Aero - mainly a DX9 video card with at least 128MB RAM. Newer onboard video (GMA 3100) supports that.
The Linux Compiz Fusion 3D cube works through OpenGL and even dirt old hardware will work with it.
I am quite similar - everything has to be neat and orderly, and although I don't mind a little sparkle, that would be annoying and get on my nerves!
I also disabled flip3d, although I think that is a standard Vista operating procedure now!
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