Author Topic: Introducing Virtual desktops, Cloud Servers and Dedicated Servers.  (Read 630 times)

pradeep

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Re: Introducing Virtual desktops, Cloud Servers and Dedicated Servers.
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2015, 12:25:38 AM »
Virtual Desktop is an application developed for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive that improves your VR experience on Windows. You can browse the web, watch movies or even play games on a giant virtual screen.

A virtual desktop is a term used with respect to user interfaces, usually within the WIMP paradigm, to describe ways in which the virtual space of a computer's desktop environment is expanded beyond the physical limits of the screen's display area through the use of software. This compensates for a limited desktop area and can also be helpful in reducing clutter. There are two major approaches to expanding the virtual area of the screen. Switchable virtual desktops allow the user to make virtual copies of their desktop view-port and switch between them, with open windows existing on single virtual desktops. Another approach is to expand the size of a single virtual screen beyond the size of the physical viewing device. Typically, scrolling/panning a subsection of the virtual desktop into view is used to navigate an oversized virtual desktop.