NYRO Technix, Inc. has announced a lower price for its VirtSpace window manager, an application available for Mac OS 9.
Using VirtSpace, you can create a virtual desktop up to 100 times the size of your monitor itself. The developer claims that this makes it easy to work with multiple files, when you can lay out each collection in its own special virtual area. Moving between documents is done by panning to a new location. Nyro said it’s particularly handy on laptops, but useful for desktop machines too.
NYRO is now selling VirtSpace for US$24.95. The software is available for Windows, Mac OS 9 and NeXTSTEP/OPENSTEP. When Nyro announced the release of VirtSpace for Mac earlier this year, they indicated that when the Mac OS X version was ready, it would be a free upgrade for registered Mac OS 9 users.
Ian H. Steward, Nyro founder and president, indicated that his company will honor a 30 day money-back guarantee on VirtSpace. “We are so certain that users will love VirtSpace, that we will return their money if they do not,” he said.
Nyro’s Web site feature’s Flash movies about using VirtSpace features, along with an interactive guide on how to set up your VirtSpace desktop.