NX Desktop Photo Frame 1.01 1.01 The application is useful program to display your favorite photograph in the background on your computer. You can view your photo or images on your desktop with various photo frame options, and you can also custom some photo frames by yourself.
NX Desktop Photo Frame 1.00 NX Desktop Photo Frame is useful program to display your favorite photograph in the background on your computer. You can view your photo or images on your desktop with various photo frame options, and you can also custom some photo frames by yourself.
Description: NX Quick Hide Window can let you to use the shortcut keys to hide specified windows and the program tray icons quickly , shut down the system sounds, and can also display the specified Windows or run certain programs, and recovery window display with password-protected. It can protect your privacy safely, making other people know nothing about what you do.
Fast and easily hide any application window and run programs.
Hide windows and programs from Desktop, Taskbar,system tray icon.
Hide any programs' icons (tray icons) from the system tray.
Show others windows and run programs when you hide windows and programs you want to keep in secret.
Change title and icon of other application window.
Apply transparency effect from 0% (fully transparent) to 100% (opaque) rate to any program.
Protect hidden windows with password.
Mute all sounds when hide windows.
Save hide programs list, once to set up permanent use.
Quick Hide Windows 1.8.7 Quick Hide Windows by CronoSoft is great for hiding program windows with a press of a hotkey combination. You easily bring them back with another combo. Hiding the taskbar and
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