Unifies different interfaces into a browser-only interface
The x-Desktop is designed to unify different operating system desktop interfaces into a browser-only application interface. It helps users feel comfortable with any application by using the interface they are used to, and helps companies unify their intranet applications into one desktop interface (built on existing interfaces or incorporating their own CI). Users can design the same interface for all types of devices that use browsers. The program supports (among others) the following browsers: Mozilla 1.2 +, Firefox, and Galeon 1.2+. No plugins are required.
DocumentationUser guide available in PDF format from http://www.lartob.com/x-desktop.org/download/docs.pdf; User guide available in text format from http://www.lartob.com/x-desktop.org/download/docs.tar.gz
released on 28 October 2004
19 March 2003
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