Click to Listen In Mac OS X Leopard, it has a brand new feature called Spaces. if you aren't familiar with Spaces, it's a way to have virtual desktops where you can spread you applications out onto them. This is really useful, and can especially be helpful to people using smaller screens. Once you start spreading applications around the spaces, if you want to quickly collect all of the apps back to your main desktop, there is a quick trick for it.
How to do it:
1. Add some applications to different spaces.
2. Now activate spaces by clicking the icon on your dock, or press F8. Once Spaces appears, press the C key and release it. All of your apps will be collected into the first space.