Re: so does that mean
> OS X has had virtual desktops since v10.5, i.e. 2007.
Kind of sort of... after a fashion, using a user interface that's more cumbersome than something that a Linux user might have been using in 1994.
MacOS has virtual desktops in much the same way that Windows does. Crude and kludgey and not necessarily what a Unix user would expect.
It's like saying that a burned out hulk of a Ferrari without an engine is good to go. It's true that it's a Ferrari and you can kind of push it around to where you want to go but it's not usually what people have in mind when they think of having a Ferrari.