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I have been using Virtual Dimension for some time...It is a really handy tool that allows Windows to use multiple desktops like Linux has. Awesome for multitasking.
The only problem I am having with it is that it has not been updated since 2005 and crashes/freezes up every once in a while. It also likes to move my cursor behind the windows when I try to mouse over them.

I am looking for an alternative to try out.

Does anyone else have any virtual desktop managers they like that work on Windows?
    
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I just use M$ Virtual Desktop Manager on my Windows box these days. It only supports 4 virtual desktops, but that's usually more than enough for Windows

It's part of the Powertoys for XP available here - check out the rest of the tools while you're at it - some of them are pretty handy.
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