Most people with a smartphone could use one of these. Go pledge your $16."
No. No there is not.
This would be the same mid-twentieth-century South that landed several vessels on the moon and brought them home?
Um, biometric authentication fails badly when used for remote, non-controlled devices. All it really is then is a long, awkward, very-hard-to-remember password. If I intercept it, I've still got a perfectly usable copy. Biometrics has a place on controlled hardware. For general computing, it is nothing but smoke and mirrors.
How do you know my browser is passing your server an actual retina scan and not a saved value I copied from Bob's PC via my quasi-key-logger attached to Bob's USB eye-scanner?
Way too late. http://www.bigredpopcorn.com/
The phrase might make more sense if you read it as his "administration might fall". That's closer terminology from an American perspective.
Hmm. I don't think all of that will prevent death. Maybe delay it. Prevention is pretty much out-the-window.
Or, are you trolling?
As an answer, I've used Virtual Dimensions and Dexpot a lot. Last I used one, I preferred Dexpot.
Now, a slight variant of the question. Are there any truly multi-monitor aware virtual desktops. I mainly am looking for the ability to run the two screens as independent virtual desktops and change them independently.
"The trouble with doing something right the first time is that nobody appreciates how difficult it was." -- Walt West