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3D Desktop, BUMPTOP

Apr 9, 2009 by     14 Comments    Posted under: Software

Never imagined a desktop that would be a 3 dimensional desktop. Possible with BUMPTOP. Bumptop is a 3D desktop that makes your computer a lot more fun, makes you more organized and even more productive. Having Bumptop, you can create real piles like what you do in real life. It has dozens of themes  to choose from to fit your taste. Bumptop lets you visually connect with your desktop wherein you can stick notes to your wall in your computer, you can file them, you can even fold them like a paper. You can create photoframe on your wall and choose the size that you want.

BumpTop can get by with a 1.4-gigahertz processor, a gigahertz of main memory, and an integrated graphics card. Those components aren’t necessarily all that demanding. But if you have lots of items on your desktop, it will slow down and choke on the processing task. It’s better to use a machine with a dedicated 3-D graphics processor.

To see the actual function of Bumptop, you can view the video below. I hope I can try this.



14 Comments + Add Comment

  • what you need when you need it

  • I was wondering how can I contact the owner of this site for advertising feedback?

  • meron ako nito kaso i don’t use it na.. sa umpisa maganda but later mas gusto ko yung orig na desktop design….wala kasing use sa akin.. cute lang and very unique.. enjoy din.. pa impress sa ibang tao na makakita sa desktop mo..hehehe..

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    • @lady,

      Siguro talagang mas maganda na yung nakasanayan πŸ™‚ hmm infolinks is the best …. di ko pa na post yun sa akin ah he he he πŸ™‚

  • I’m glad I saw this, kudos!

  • I’m just about to post this one. HAHA.
    Anyway, this one is a real productivity tool. But you will somewhat be confused on your try. Based on my experience, I really enjoy the effect of this application. The physics involved in moving and manipulating the icons and objects is really cool. And I must say that almost all feature is very very helpful. But after all those kind words, I think I’ll just stick with my current desktop. ehe.

    macobexs last blog post..How To Learn A New Programming Language All By Yourself?

    • @macobex,
      Ha ha ha I made it first. Anyway you can link my post πŸ™‚ It seems to be good .. I have not yet tried it πŸ™‚

  • ang galing… haha. freeware ba ito??

    • @Donald Serrano,
      There are free downloads but there are some restriction

  • nice! this is awesome. but i guess the specs mentioned is really, really, the minimum required. baka masakal masyado yung ibang processes.

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  • ok yan tol ah! happy easter!

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