Updated: 05/03/2022 by Computer Hope

A workspace may refer to any of the following:

Smartphone, tablet, notebook, and coffee cup on a table, representing a workspace.

1. In software development, a workspace is a grouping of source code files that make up a larger unit, like a web page, website, or program. The workspace is usually a file or directory.

2. In a graphical interface, a workspace is a grouping of application windows used by a window manager applications to help reduce clutter on the desktop screen. Workspaces are commonly found on Unix operating systems.

3. For software as a service, a workspace describes online applications that allow users to organize and exchange files with other users over the Internet.

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