Bring 3 Dimensions and Post-Its to Your Windows Desktop – BumpTop
BumpTop is a groovy Windows overlay that adds a third dimension to the flat Windows desktop and moves all the rubbish youÂ donâ€™t really use – widgets and the like – to a set of 3D walls and stacks up files and folders – a lot like OS X stacks.
My desktop is one of the few places that I keep organised but I’m digging the post-it note reminders and the layout of having a cubicle style desktop – I’m a sucker for funkiness 🙂
The picture-frames grab pics for ‘My Pictures’ and Flickr files via RSS feed or keyword – and these pics seem to change with every action so you never get bored.
BumpTop can get by with a 1.4-gigahertz processor, a gigahertz of main memory, and an integrated graphics card.
Those components arenâ€™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.
Itâ€™s better to use a machine with a dedicated 3-D graphics processor.
I’m playing with the The light free version of the app but am considering the more powerful version that only costs $29.
Check out the vid below and download the BumpTop 🙂