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Organize Your PC Desktop with Stardock’s Fences 1.0

October 6, 2009

PLYMOUTH, Mich., Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ — Stardock (www.stardock.com), the world leader in desktop customization, today released the highly anticipated version 1.0 of its popular and free desktop organization application, Fences. Fences is a one-of-a-kind program designed to organize the desktop by allowing users to customize how icons and files reside on the desktop based on user-defined preferences. Fences is the ultimate tool for those users who want to keep their PC desktop clear of clutter.

Fences works by allowing users to “draw” labeled shaded areas on the desktop, which become movable & resizable containers for any desktop icon. These groups can help bring organization and consistency to your computer’s desktop, solving the “constant mess” problem that has plagued the desktop since its inception. Fences also helps users finally appreciate the wallpaper hiding behind a cluttered desktop.

In addition to its organizing features, Fences offers a quick-hide feature: Double click your desktop, and all your icons will fade out. Double click again, and they’ll return.

Fences is free and can be downloaded here: http://www.stardock.com/products/fences/index.asp. Screenshots and demonstration videos are also provided.

System Requirements:

  • Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
  • On Vista and Windows 7, both 32bit and 64bit versions are supported.

About Stardock

Stardock is one of the world’s leading developers and publishers of PC games and desktop software. Its PC games include Sins of a Solar Empire, the highest rated and best selling PC strategy game of 2008 as well as the critically acclaimed Galactic Civilizations series. Its desktop software includes Object Desktop, WindowBlinds, and a host of other programs for customizing the Windows experience. Learn more about Stardock by visiting www.stardock.com.

    CONTACT:
    Stephanie Tinsley Schopp
    1-310-985-3873
    stephanie@tinsley-pr.com

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