Even though we must voice concern about its resource-hogging ways, this bizarrely named application makes a useful addition to your desktop. With the quick press of a hot key, Entbloess allows you to see a full-screen preview of every open window on your computer. Mousing over each window brings up descriptive text, and clicking any screenshot brings you directly to that program, Web page, or document. Then, you can go back to working like normal until you access Entbloess again. Clicking the system-tray icon lets you perform a decent amount of customization tweaks. For example, you can change the background color of the full-screen view, tweak the appearance of the text, determine whether the application automatically launches on start-up, and enable slide or fade effects. Although we think the app's 100-use trial is generous enough, we also think it takes a pretty big toll on your system, occupying anywhere between 14MB and 30MB of memory when in idle mode. Nevertheless, multitaskers will appreciate Entbloess's easy operation and intuitive layout.
What's new in version 2.7.2
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedDecember 14, 2004
Operating SystemsWindows, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Entbloess allows you to see live previews of all your open windows in a manner similar to Apple Expose. It also supports mouse interaction, complete customization, and animation. It can be executed via a single keystroke or mouse hot spot and supports operating by either mouse or keyboard. Entbloess allows you to see all windows, or only windows from the current application depending on which key you press (or which hot spot you use).
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