Fences Reviews

about Fences · · Helpful Not helpful

Had it installed on my family members PC and helped do all his IT maintenance over several years

I likes it at first... but now not so much. It doesnt play nice with WIN +D close all programs shortcut. Its also too much maintenance for me. I personally use directoryopus as a complete replacement and much more

Reply

Musthave for Windows

about Fences · · Helpful Not helpful

Fences is an absolute must have app for Windows. It helps you organise your stuff on your desktop into boxes. Now my Desktop actually looks nice and I'm able to keep it clean and lean!

Reply
about Fences · · Helpful Not helpful

This is a must have program for Windows users. I've been looking for something like this since ever! Simple as it looks it has increased my productivity a lot, now I can organize the files for each of the project I'm running and keep them at the same position even when switching between screen resolutions or between screens when I plug an extra monitor. I can't believe Microsoft never thought of this!!

Reply
about Fences · · Helpful Not helpful

Wow, this is really nice for my general-use workstation, which is littered with desktop icons. It was quick to set up, and just took a little time to sort through all the stuff I had accumulated over the last three years.

Reply
about Fences and DesktopOK · · Helpful Not helpful

I prefer DesktopOK to Fences:
Fences is very good too and able to group the icons with frames=fences. Frames are not possible with DesktopOK, but groups are possible.
DesktopOK cannot group the icons with frames, is more simple, portable, extremely light weighted and uncomplicated.
With DesktopOK I can arrange the icons around a desktop background picture in the centre of the desktop, and can call back the desktop-icons-positions e.g. from the status 3 or 5 days before. You can store up to 32 icon-posittion-sets.

Reply
about Fences · · Helpful Not helpful

It did wonders for my desktop. Cleaned up all those icons which used to take up at least half of the screen. Super useful especially on Vista and Windows 7 where the icons are bigger.

Reply