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I found a program in the past that can make the desktop look like it's 3D. Basically it's not the 3D Aero flip that I'm talking about. It's a program that can make your screen look like it's spherical or make it look like it's a cube. If you have 6 windows that are currently open the software will make it like a cube. And you can turn it around. Do you know what that software is called?

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SphereXP - the world's number one three-dimensional desktop.

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YODM 3D - Virtual Desktop Manager featuring the Cube 3D effect

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Matodate - Manage windows more easily in a 3D desktop

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BumpTop™ is a fun, intuitive 3D desktop that keeps you organized and makes you more productive.

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is this free my friend? – Ieyasu Sawada Feb 28 '10 at 0:37
@user23950 - depending on the version, Yodm 3.14 is free, Matodate and SphereXP are free, BumpTop is available as free and pro (paid). – Molly7244 Feb 28 '10 at 0:42
+1 molly :) I don't see it . But I often recommend the best , so people don't take time to research others ;) – nXqd Mar 2 '10 at 8:29
@nXqd - ummm, the question wasn't exactly about recommendations, the OP was using a program before and couldn't remember the name :) – Molly7244 Mar 2 '10 at 14:14
Seems that BumpTop (for both Windows and Mac) will no longer be available for sale. Additionally, no updates to the products are planned. – slhck Jan 12 '12 at 14:18

You should try the best: BumpTop.

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It's been recommended a lot!

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Woah, what is that picture? Multiple desktop support or just a fancy screenshot collection? – Jay Feb 28 '10 at 5:25
nice, thanks I'll try this – Ieyasu Sawada Feb 28 '10 at 7:07
@jay - this is just a collage, for a 'proper' screen shot of BumpTop, see the last recommendation my answer :) – Molly7244 Feb 28 '10 at 13:11
This is acquired by Google! This means that BumpTop (for both Windows and Mac) will no longer be available. – Thaha kp Jan 9 '14 at 14:04

Possibly Shock 4Way3D?

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