How to add 20 desktop screens to Windows?

Desktop app can provide users as many as 20 virtual environments. Each of these virtual environments can be customized. The highlight of this app is that the spaces are individualized. It allows visible applications and there is clear separation between them.

Dexpot app is free for personal use. During the installation procedure, you will be asked to select one of the categories of users. If you mention that you require the app for personal use, you will be allowed to download a free 30-day trial version. For a period longer than 30 days, you will have to acquire a license. This will cost you 24.90 EUR / $32.

Dexpot does not come with an interface but is easily manageable through keyboard shortcuts. It forms a system tray icon and allows you to access configuration menus and usability functions. This app comes with a set of four desktops. Four desktops are more than what a user needs but this can be increased up to 20. Don't you think that controlling more than 20 desktops will be quite difficult?

For customization, there are plenty of options. There are many options for setting the program and tweaking up the behavior & functionality of desktop spaces. The developers of this app have put in a lot of effort in providing a flexible set of choices. These choices help in handling the application and the virtual areas. Components like Desktop Manager and Desktop Preview allow switching from one desktop to another easily. You can also set keyboard shortcuts for this purpose. The screen corner/edge sensitive areas can be configured with the mouse. The areas will then react to the moving mouse. If you are an experienced user, you will enjoy many thrilling actions that can be executed via keyboard shortcuts.

The main thing to do is to remember all triggers. It is very simple to switch between desktops, copy application windows, control the opacity level for active windows, access Dexpot components and add/ remove a virtual desktop. Your favorite program can be moved to multiple screens in many ways. One simple way is from the application's title-bar menu. This also allows you to copy or close it in all other edge sensitive areas and define a transparency level. Another option allows you to access the full-screen preview of all virtual desktop screens. Just drag the program to another screen. To use this option, you need a big monitor screen for app visibility. The feat does not work with minimized items.

There are a lot of general options available for this application. The most interesting thing is that each desktop can be customized. You can name each of the virtual locations, set a specific resolution, access password-protect and define special sound alerts, background image & processes. You can add processes that start automatically on accessing the associated desktop.

It is not possible and if possible, then not easy to handle all the screens along with the programs running on them. As you get habituated to the action triggers and other features, using this application may get easier and result in increased productivity & performance. You will find a button on the task bar which allows accessing any of the available desktops on the first run. The app allows you to set multiple profiles to store and load settings, hotkeys, properties, tools, background pictures, etc.