Object Desktop users now have access to EdgeRunner's Multiplicity 3 KM, SpaceMonger

Stardock announced today the addition of two new products to its Object Desktop collection - Multiplicity 3 KM and SpaceMonger 3.0. Multiplicity enables users to control two PCs with only one keyboard and mouse while SpaceMonger quickly frees up storage space on their PCs, shared-network or in the cloud. Users gain access to Multiplicity and SpaceMonger through Object Desktop and its growing library of Windows enhancements for only $9.99 to start and then $3.99 per month thereafter.

“We’re adding more value to Object Desktop by adding EdgeRunner’s sought after utilities to it while continuing our heritage of creating high-quality Windows customizations that enable users to personalize the look and functionality of their PCs,” said Stardock President and CEO Brad Wardell.

Stardock is currently developing Windows 10 updates for its most popular apps and all-new software that will make applications work better with High-DPI displays, enhance virtual desktop environments, improve Win32-to-Modern-UI unity and more. Those projects will be added to Object Desktop at no additional charge once they are complete.

“Multiplicity and SpaceMonger add tremendous capabilities to the Object Desktop suite. Once you have experienced these applications you will never want to be without them,” said Edgerunner President Jamie McGuffie. “Multiplicity enables one keyboard and mouse to control two PCs and share a clipboard to move text and images between them without any extra hardware or cables. SpaceMonger addresses the common problem of running out of storage space by generating treemap graphics which quickly identify where storage space is allocated and provides move/delete functions to immediately recover space. “

Object Desktop with Multiplicity 3 KM and SpaceMonger is available for purchase now. To learn more visit https://www.objectdesktop.com.

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