Version: 1.1 || Release Date: 2009-08-28 || License: Shareware ($129+Leopa) Developer: Apple Inc. | App Owner: higaara

You do a lot on your Mac. So how do you keep order when projects pile up? Easy. Use Spaces to group your application windows and banish clutter completely. Leopard gives you a space for everything and makes it easy to switch between your spaces.

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I really wish Spaces had some options on how it deals with dual monitors.

It's nice to have apps set to open in certain spaces with the layout preserved. I use it to have Mail, iCal and Addressbook open up filling a whole screen on my 24" iMac. Real nice to not have to reorganize them each time.

However, when flip flopping between spaces using the cmd-tab function I find myself still having to click onto the app window (firefox for example) to bring it to the front even though I switched to it with cmd-tab. Otherwise I think I've switched to firefox when I've only switched to the Space it's in. I can't just start typing where I left my cursor before I switched. Annoying.

Ah... I don't think this qualifies as an individual application. As much as I like spaces, I don't think this is the place for it.