Desktop Managers can refer to a wide range of applications. For mobile devices, they provides a way to transfer and synchronize information with a desktop PC. In Linux software suites such as KDE and Gnome are often referred to as Desktop Managers. They are also available for Windows, with the Microsoft Virtual Desktop Manager (MSVDM) being a popular XP PowerToy that helps you manage your desktop.
This guide will show you how to install, configure and use a variety of Desktop Manager applications, inducing those for Linux, Windows and the BlackBerry.