|File Size||1.08 MB|
|Operating System||Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP|
SideSlide is a highly configurable Desktop Extension on Steroids! SideSlide keeps your desktop clutter-free and organizes your PC life in a unique and personalized way. With dynamic containers, a full featured keyboard launcher and various innovative features, SideSlide lets you get instant access to everything you have and much more. SideSlide is the desktop you always wanted, with the ability to contain and organize a bewildering amount of information. Instantly accessible and adjustable workspace that stays out of your way until you need it. Add shortcuts, commands, URLs, RSS news feeds, pictures, reminders and notes. Resizable, detachable, foldable and shrinkable containers extend the workspace beyond the limits of the screen. The workspace lets you sort and position everything in the way that works best for you, without any rules. Mouse and keyboard support with a full-blown keyboard launcher that includes a quick expression calculator, directory navigator and more. RSS news feed functionality featuring a Subject Tracker that allows you to track what you are interested in the most. Multiple picture slideshows that are easily added. Floating, colorful notes are quickly created and adjusted in bulk or separately. Shortcuts can be tagged for additional functionality and organization. Various ways of launching multiple shortcuts with a single click or a keystroke. Connect containers to actual folders on disk (launch, move, copy and delete files). Shortcuts, URLs, text and pictures from Windows or your browser can be dragged and dropped in the workspace. An online library with ready-made RSS news feed and shortcut containers. Every style and setting in the entire program and for each individual object can be customized. Fancy special effects that don't slow you down. Comes with multiple themes and wallpapers and you can also define your own style. Portable: The workspace remains fully functional even when Windows assigns a different letter to the drive.