SizeComplete is a handy utility that lets you minimize or maximize all windows with one mouse click! In addition, it lets you set your computer up to open ALL windows FULL SIZE automatically. Easy integration with the system tray. Free demo!
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:08
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Do you hate resizing windows one by one?
Isn't it just irritating that some windows don't open full-size from the beginning? Listen, you don't have to suffer from that any more. Simply download a free demo version of SizeComplete!
SizeComplete is a handy utility that lets you minimize or maximize all windows with one mouse click!
In addition, it lets you set your computer up to open ALL windows FULL-SIZE automatically from the
startup. The program offers easy integration with the system tray. It simply adds two icons that let you
minimize or maximize all windows automatically, when you click them.
The program interface is extremely simple. Installing and configuring the program takes exactly two
minutes. And the program works with all Windows versions - Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003.
SizeComplete is distributed electronically over the Internet.
The price of registering a single copy of this utility is only $14.95. If you divide that by 365 days that gets to be about 5 cents per day. Are you willing to pay a nickel for each day you don't have to fight with incorrectly sized windows? I thought so. And don't worry, you need to pay for the program only once.
So, download your free trial version of the program now and get ready to fall in love with SizeComplete!
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