The Most Feature-Rich and Comprehensive Window Manager
Actual Window Manager is a technologically advanced utility tool that interacts with the Windows operating system's shell to bring the extended manipulation functionality to every window in the system.It allows you to roll up/unroll windows, hide them to the Windows notification area (system tray), keep them always-on-top of others, make them semi-transparent - and many other advanced window actions available both in the automatic way (upon startup, activation/deactivation, minimization etc.) and in the manual way (via extra buttons added to each window's title bar or via extra options added to each window's system window menu).Actual Window Manager keeps track of all the configuration changes you make to each individual window and applies the changes automatically on-the-fly!In addition, Actual Window Manager operates semi-automatically, therefore you will not be required spend a lot of time trying to understand how it works. Here are some key features of "Actual Window Manager":
· Provides advanced abilities to manipulate windows in various ways (both automatic and manual).
· Extends general window management with the ability to group windows within virtual desktops.
Multiple Monitors Extensions:
· Enhances common Windows® user interface for multiple display environments.
· Processor: Pentium II 200 MHz or higher
· System memory: 64 MB
· Free disk space: 6 MB
· Internet Explorer 5.0 minimum
· 60 days trial
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· Virtual Desktops facility allows having independent lists of virtual desktops on different monitors. Each monitor can display its own Virtual Desktops Switcher.
· Desktop profiles support advanced display management features available in Windows 7 (such as displays cloning, image rotation).
· In Windows 7, preview thumbnails in secondary taskbars display custom control buttons (like Play/Pause/Forward/Back for Windows Media Player) and application's notification icons.
· In Windows 7, secondary taskbars display the hidden notification icons in a special fly-out window.
· Jump Lists in secondary taskbars display a context menu for their item (menu's content may differ from a menu displayed for Jump List items in the system taskbar).
· Now it's possible to drag items out of Jump Lists and drop them into other applications.
· The soft lock of the mouse within monitor (a.k.a. "tight monitor boundaries") is added. This mode holds the mouse pointer on the boundary between monitors for some speci...