Despite some evident drawbacks, Windows has the right concept of «Windows» (ha-ha). This concept is proven to be very effective for organizing several «primary» tasks (that you work with) alongside with many «secondary» ones (which you just observe or rarely switch to or consult with). But, the more intensively you work, the stronger you feel that Windows current window-organizing capabilities are far not enough for your complex tasks. Youd like to have the same windows, but have by much more ways to organize and handle them. And you can: a huge number of advanced ways to organize windows becomes available once youve installed Actual Window Manager.
Heres a quick list of Actual Window Managers capabilities: roll-up any window to header, make it transparent, make it topmost (stay-on-top) or bottommost (pin-to-desktop), resize it to the arbitrary size and move it to a specific position with a single click, minimize window to tray and remove a windows button from Taskbar, and much more.
How will you use that? There are several ways for that. First, there are several additional buttons in each windows title bar (and also several items in each windows system menu) to immediately make the change. Other than that, there are many settings you can apply to all windows, or to specific ones (by title, or name, or application name). Once youve set those options, the windows will always respect them. Therefore, you can set up your overall windows much beyond the narrow list of the standard options.
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