If your graphics card is capable and you have the correct driver for it, it may be possible to set up a cube with a desktop on each face. Here is the procedure:
--Click SystemSettings > Workspace Appearance and Behavior > Desktop Effects
--On the General tab, check Enable Desktop Effects and click Apply at the bottom, ignoring any error message you see
--Switch to the Advanced tab and under Compositing type, use the pulldown menu to change the default rendering engine from --XRender to OpenGL, then click Apply again
--Now switch to the All Effects tab, scroll down about 75% and check Desktop Cube and Desktop Cube Animation, then click Apply
If you see any errors, check that your graphics card is capable and the driver is correct (see Section 5.5).
1) That does not work on my system (dunno why), so I can't test it. Could someone test those directions and tell me if anything is missing or incorrect?
2) Could someone send me a good-looking but not too wild screencapture?