Actual Window Manager 8.11.1
Actual Window Manager is a suite of over 50 innovative tools, letting users change their interaction with windows in many new exciting ways: minimize windows to tray or to an icon on the desktop, apply transparency, roll up, pin on top, resize, etc.
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||10.34 MB ( 10,584 KB )|
|Published||Jun 04, 2003 (16 years ago)|
|Updated||Jul 27, 2017 (2 years ago)|
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Installation and getting started is remarkably easy. Once installed, Actual Window Manager adds its own buttons to the title bar of each window. By default the program has profiles with the settings for the most popular Windows applications, but users can change these profiles to their preferences or make a profile of their own, which is a breeze to do. To make such changes, one needs to bring up the Configuration window and modify or set up a rule for a particular program, which can be done in a simple, point-and-click manner.
Actual Window Manager is particularly useful when you are simultaneously working with several applications. Switching from one window to another distracts attention, reducing the productivity of work. Moreover, the taskbar becomes packed with minimized windows. But it is not the case when you have Actual Window Manager on your computer. You can set it up to minimize windows to tray or on the desktop, roll them up, set up the appropriate level of semi-transparency. If you need to multitask in several applications at once, you can pin all necessary windows on top without the need to bring each one up several times.
And the last but not least: Actual Window Manager is the only window manager that provides the fully featured support for command prompt windows and native 64-bit applications running on any x64 edition of Windows.
|Requirements:||P-III 600+ CPU, 128+ Mb RAM, 30+ Mb free space on HDD|
|Release Info:||Minor Update on Jul 27, 2017|
|Release Notes:||1) Improved Multi-monitor Alt-Tab: now it shows all windows on all monitors. 2) Improved auto-detection of free space for extra title buttons in Google Chrome. 3) Improved usability and compatibility of Tabbed Explorer. 4) Improved Windows 10 compatibility.|
|Related Tags:||windowmanager minimize tray stayontop desktop|
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