BumpTop is a desktop environment that simulates the normal behavior and physical properties of a desk and enhances it with it’s tools to organize it’s contents.It is most suitable for tablet computer and PC’s. It was created by Anand Agarawala at University of Toronto. It’s first version was launched on April 8, 2009. It was made free before discontinuing it on April 10, 2010. The documents are represented as 3D boxes lying on a virtual desk. The user can position the boxes on the desk using the mouse. Boxes can be stacked with well-defined gestures .  Multiple selection is performed by means of a LassoMenu, which fluidly combines in one stroke the act of lasso selection. If you right click you get a Pie Menu instead of a Drop-down Menu.

Original author(s) Anand Agarawala
Developer(s) Bump Technologies Inc.
Initial release January 22, 2010
Operating system Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS X
Size 15 MB
Type desktop environment
License Formely proprietary, now Open-source under the Apache license
Website Formely www.bumptop.com Project is now hosted at Google code
BumpTop in action
Howdy! I’m Shashwat Lahiri a tech. geek from India, Lucknow. I love computer games, computer hardware, smartphones, and … FOOD! I am a Pro Gamer and SMM expert.

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