Actual Title Buttons aims to help users shuffle through their open windows. With a subtle interface and effective results, the only question is whether it actually improves upon Windows' own window management features.
Users may not notice this program immediately since it embeds itself in all open windows along the upper right corner where commands for closing, minimizing, and expanding a window normally hide. This program mimics those icons, but offers several more choices. Holding the cursor over each box easily reveals its function and should soon become intuitive to users after trying them out. While the program features a Users' Manual, we feel all level of computer user should be able to jump into Actual Title Buttons. The program's command buttons allow you to roll up a window (erasing everything but the title bar), adjust the transparency, prioritize windows, minimize, and close. All of the buttons worked quickly and effectively. However, we didn't see them improving most users' experiences with juggling open windows, since their functions aren't that much more radical than what Windows already offers.
The program does come with a more than ample 60-day trial period. If you find yourself constantly frustrated by the limitations of your windows this is a good download, otherwise we would advise users to stick with their original program.