on Tuesday released
Workspaces v1.0, a workspace manager for Mac OS X.
Workspaces is built around the concept that you use different groups of applications under different circumstances — Internet applications might be a type of workspace, for example, or development software, or recreational software like DVD Player and iTunes. With Workspaces running, switching to an application hides applications used in a different workspace.
You can name each workspace and group applications together using the Manager, and set key combinations to bring different workstations forward. The software also allows users to access Workspaces from a system menu.
Workspaces requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later, and supports Panther. The software costs US$15 to register.