- Installing DeskMan/2 v2.0
is comparable to hiring an expert who manages OS/2®,
and helps make users more productive. It knows how to customize,
manage, enhance, protect, and distribute the OS/2 desktop environment
to your exact requirements and specifications.
DeskMan/2 is integrated seamlessly into OS/2, and becomes part
of the desktop environment. The result is the power to deliver
exactly the desktop environment you want, with whatever extensions
or restrictions you choose.
System Requirements: Compatible With-
- OS/2 2.11
- OS/2 Warp 3.0
(including Warp Connect and Warp Server)
- OS/2 Warp 4.0
- Key Features:
Desktop Facility- allows each user to have their own, completely
separate, personal Workplace Shell desktop.
Configuration Image Facility- lets you take a complete
snaphot of your OS/2 configuration. All of the important data
that defines how OS2 works on your system: config.sys, startup.cmd,
.INI files, Workplace Shell
& WIN-OS/2 desktops, LAN definition files, and user defined
files , are captures, validated, compressed, and stored in a
single binary repository. These repositories can be restored
at any time to reset your system to that configuration. Snapshot
definitions even include commands to run automatically before
making and/or after restoring the configuration.
Disk Space Requirements:
- 10 MB for installation
- 5 MB for component program files
- At least 350 KB for Object Manager archive files. Exact amount
depends upon the operating system
- At least 550 KB for the Configuration Image Facility repositories
Workplace Shell Extensions- give you complete fingertip control
over all operational characteristics, including object styles,
menus, and ID's. You can even position icons with to-the-pixel
accuracy, and make your desktop look exactly the way you want.
Desktop Archive Facility- the completely rewritten Desktop
Archive Facility not only makes it possible to selectively backup,
restore, and migrate desktop objects, but now it does so automatically!
Desktops can re-synchronize in real-time with object archives
stored on disk, LAN, or elsewhere!
Access Control Policy Facility- access to desktop resources,
such as objects, windows, and workspaces can be authorized by
the new modular Access Control Policy Facility, with all activities
subject to auditing.
Workspace Facility- gives you the ability to define separate,
named, PM work areas, each with its own windows, task list, desktop,
context sensitive tools, and more! Simultaneously check e-mail
in one, surf the Web in another, and work on multiple projects
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- Pop-up command windows and tool bars
- Window layouts
- Programming API's
- REXX enablement
- Command line and graphical interfaces
- Extensive on-line and hardcopy documentation
- Year 2000 compliant