Desktop Extender 2D allows you to navigate your extended desktop space in 2 dimensions and allows windows to be bigger than your physical screen.

How it works:
Very simple, just move the mouse cursor to the edge of your screen and you will notice that your desktop extends beyond the borders of your screen! 
(you will only see this when another window is open! Some maximized windows do not scroll, restore them to normal size and size them with the mouse to maximum size. Also some programs refuse to scroll.)
The scroll direction is standard horizontal but can also be set to vertical or both.
This version does also support you to make windows larger than you physical screen. Only resizeable windows can be resized. To resize a window to a size that is bigger than your screen you need to move the window a bit to the side to create enough space to resize. Then grab with the mouse the border and resize it like usual. You can repeat this if desired. 
Some applications prevent you from resizing their windows to bigger sizes. 
This program can force a bigger size. Do this by making the window active and right click on the GiMeSpace icon in the system notification area on the taskbar (looks like a mouse cursor with red arrows in 4 directions) and select 'Set window size' from the popup menu. Then enter the desired size and click on 'Apply'. This will set the minimum allowed size. If you want to undo this forced resize you can click 'Clear resize'. 

When using this program it is highly recommended to turn off "windows snap" since your desktop is now much bigger, that option doesn't make much sense any more.
Turn "Snap" off in Windows Settings > System > Multitasking.
Much easier is using the autoarrange option in the Desktop Extender.

More functions:
- When Scroll lock key is on, the screen will not scroll any more. Turn it off when you want to scroll again. (finally this key has a function!) The Scroll Lock key is on a laptop usually under another key and can be activated by using the 'Fn' key. You can also use the scroll lock option when right clicking on the GiMeSpace tray icon.
- When you press Shift and Control together the desktop will always scroll when you move the mouse. You can also select the 'Always scroll' option in the options tab.
- When you press Control and Alt together you can scroll with the mouse a whole screen at a time.
- On the Scrolling Windows tab you can select windows that you don't want to scroll, like toolbars etc. Also you can disable scrolling for window objects like menus and tooltips. 
- Whenever you need to access this control panel, right click on the GiMeSpace icon in the system notification area and select 'show'.
- To exit this program, click the right mouse button on the GiMeSpace icon, and select the 'exit' option from the popup menu. 
- To arrange all windows next to each other select the 'Arrange windows' option from the same popup menu.
- You can save and restore all window positions and limit the size of the virtual desktop.

The overview of your entire desktop:
You can see an overview of your entire desktop when you press Ctrl+Alt+Shift at the same time (or just clicking on the GiMeSpace Tray icon). A popup navigation panel will appear while you keep the keys pressed. When you release the keys the panel will disappear.
- When you press the left mouse button in this panel you can move the view port represented by the red rectangle. You can also scroll with the mouse wheel.
- When you press the right mouse button in this panel you can activate a window and by dragging it, changing it position.
- There is an option to show a smaller size navigation panel.

- The scroll speed selects how fast the mouse is accelerating when you want to scroll your desktop. This also specifies the scroll speed when you use the 'Windows key' + 'Arrow keys'.
- The refresh rate specifies how often windows are repainted when you scroll around. On slow computers you need slow refresh rates to avoid delayed movement.
- The Sticky mode prevents scrolling when you only make little hits against the screen border. Only pushing longer against the border will make it scroll!
- The auto scrolling mode will scroll windows to the center of your screen when they are activated and visible for less then 25%.
- The Enable 'Shift+Ctrl' and 'Ctrl+Alt' scrolling option will allow you to use these keys to activate allways scrolling and one screen at a time scrolling.
- The show real window look option will make a screen shot of a window to show on the popup window. A screen shot can only be taken when a window is visible on the screen. To update the screen shot, right click on the window in the popup window. Screen shots can not be taken from windows that are bigger than the physical screen!
- The Auto arrange option will keep windows arranged next to each other. Only main windows are arranged. If you want to exclude a window from auto arrange then select it into the non scrolling window classes in the Scrolling Windows tab.  
- The Do not scroll when opening a menu or in maximized window option is to prevent scrolling when you are browsing through a menu or working in a maximized window.
- The 'Ctrl + Shift + A, W, S, Z' option can be used to scroll with the keyboard.
- The Always scroll option is for a whole new 'mousing experience': When you move your mouse pointer towards a window object, that object will move the same distance towards the mouse pointer. You will get used to it after a bit of practise. It saves mouse movements and makes you enjoy the extra space more. When precision movement is required, just enable Scroll Lock or press the Shift and Control keys together to stop the scrolling. 
- The Set background wallpaper can be selected to add a custom wallpaper to your popup window.
- The Limit virtual desktop size option will limit the size of the space you can scroll in, to the space that is used by your windows. So if you have one window that is 6000x3000 then that will be the size of your virtual desktop. When you press CTRL + Shift this limitation is lifted. 
- Enable scrolling for pen and toughscreen computers will make gimespace scroll when the mouse is within 8 pixels of the screen border.
- It's also possible to reverse the scroll direction like on touch screens.

Please pay for your registration:
If you want to use this program you need to register by making a small payment.
Go to the registration tab and click the register button. Then press the buy now button.

Limitations in the trial/unregistered version:
- The program will show the 'GiMeSpace control panel' window on startup, while the registered version will hide straight away on the system tray.
- You will get a notification once in a while asking you to register.
- The navigation panel shows 'Trial Version!'. 

Known issues:
- Some windows may react strangely when they are maximized. The solution is to make them normal by clicking the restore button. You can then size them with the mouse to maximum size. Or select the disable scrolling when maximized option.
- Some programs that customize their window will not scroll at all.
- Standard only 32bit windows can be resized to sizes bigger then the screen. If you need to resize your 64bit applications than you can need to load the 64bit extension. This is not done automatic because in rare cases some programs are having issues with this extension.

Restore Windows Snap function when you disabled it in the setup:
Open Settings, and click on the System icon.
Click on Multitasking on the left side. 
Turn on Snap windows under Work with multiple windows on the right side.