See the releases page.
Please note that VDesk requires Windows 10, and does not allow the use of virtual desktops on other versions of Windows
Create total of n desktops:
Run a program on a new desktop:
vdesk run:command [args]
Note: If VDesk doesn't work at first, check the program's command line options for ways to create a new window - For example Chrome has the
/new-windowargument which allows it to function with VDesk.
Run a program on a new desktop, and prevnt swapping to the new desktop:
vdesk noswitch:true run:command [args]
noswitch:trueparameter is known to cause applications like Chrome / Skype to not launch on the correct desktop.
Run a program on desktop n:
vdesk on:n run:command [args]
Run a program on desktop n, and prevent switching to it:
vdesk on:n noswitch:true run:command [args]
To launch notepad on a new desktop:
To launch notepad on desktop 3 and open
vdesk on:3 run:notepad "C:\some file.txt"
To launch a new VirtualBox vm fullscreen on its own virtual desktop, and switch to it:
vdesk run:"C:\Path to Vbox\VirtualBox.exe" --comment "VM" --startvm "vm-id-no" --fullscreen
To open Github in a new Chrome window on a new virtual desktop:
vdesk run:"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" /new-window "https://github.com"
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