One of our readers just sent in an interesting clip of “Mac OS X Leopard’s Spaces and Exposé running simultaniously.” Video after the jump

With Leopard, Apple is introducing a new feature called Spaces, which is really just a virtual desktop feature. However, Spaces go beyond typical virtual desktops utilities by integrating Expose-like features and presentation. Users can simply click a button, and all Spaces will arrange themselves onto the screen so that a user can see what’s going on in all the desktops

[via Techenclave]

One of our readers just sent in an interesting clip of “Mac OS X Leopard’s Spaces and Exposé running simultaniously.” Video after the jump

With Leopard, Apple is introducing a new feature called Spaces, which is really just a virtual desktop feature. However, Spaces go beyond typical virtual desktops utilities by integrating Expose-like features and presentation. Users can simply click a button, and all Spaces will arrange themselves onto the screen so that a user can see what’s going on in all the desktops

[via Techenclave]