Actual Window Manager is a desktop organization application which introduces window controls and also automatic general window operations. Features include placing windows to the required place, sizing them as they should be, keeping the important windows always-on-top of others, and minimizing (either normally, or to the tray/screen), rolling up, making semi-transparent, and closing the inactive windows so removing them from your way. Operations can be done in a click on the title buttons which are added to the standard minimize, maximize, or close buttons after the installation. In addition to buttons, users can set up specific settings to be applied to predefined windows automatically.
December 20, 2011
Version: Actual Window Manager 6.7.2
Actual Windows Manager is one of those tools that are first to be installed on a new PC. It is without doubt, one of the most valuable tools I use on my PC.
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Here are just some of the ways Actual Windows Manager enhances my computing experience: i. The ability to quickly keep a window on-top of others, very useful when you want to use Notepad as a desktop post-it. ii. Keeping important windows e.g. Workrave timer not just permanently on-top, but small and neat by removing unnecessary Window borders and buttons. iii. With my dual monitor setup, switching a Window from one monitor to another at the click of a button... including maximised windows. For Restored Windows, you can either 'Keep the aspect ratio' or 'Fit to target monitor'. iv. Also for dual monitors, intelligent 'Dual Taskbars'... nice! v. Roll up windows when you need them maximised but don't want to go hunting for them in the Taskbar or System tray vi. Plus, Actual Windows Manager is the only application that finds windows that have gone off screen and move them back on-screen. Actual Windows Manager is worth every penny, and once you start using it, you'll wonder how you ever managed without it.