Actual Title Buttons 8.3
Actual Title Buttons is a suite of the most essential tools added to the title bars of windows once installed, with many exciting functions for windows control: minimize them to tray, set up priority, apply transparency, keep always-on-top, and more!
Installation, as well as the use of the program, is extremely easy and does not require much time. Once installed, Actual Title Buttons adds its own buttons to the title bar of each window (each button represents a particular function - for example, roll up or align) and provides the list of predefined functions. Actual Title Buttons is useful for those who favor the mouse over the keyboard and want to improve their work's efficiency. The special design of the program makes it quick and convenient to operate desktop windows in a mouse click (nevertheless, there is an opportunity to use the hotkeys).
Actual Title Buttons is irreplaceable when you have to work with numerous applications at once switching from one to another, which is very annoying and frustrating. Moreover, it becomes quite difficult to distinguish between minimized programs as they get the taskbar piled up. Actual Title Buttons enables you to forget that chaos and proceed with your work not being disturbed by windows mess on the desktop.
|Requirements:||P-III 600+ CPU, 128+ Mb RAM, 10+ Mb free space on HDD|
|Languages:||English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Serbian, Japanese, Korean, ChineseSimplified, ChineseTraditional, Indonesian|
|Release Info:||Minor Update on Apr 15, 2015|
|Release Notes:||1) High DPI support improved. 2) Snap Assist feature added. 3) Title buttons' color change on mouse hovering added in Windows 8/8.1. 4) Fixed: It was impossible to add sub-actions for a custom Combo button.|
|Related Tags:||titlebuttons title bar caption buttons minimize tray stayontop always-on-top rollup unroll transparent ghost priority align resize multi-monitor copy paste desktop shell enhancement window management|
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|OS Support||Windows Install and Uninstall|
|File Size||7.49 MB ( 7,665 KB )|
|Published||May 19, 2003 (12 years ago)|
|Updated||Apr 19, 2015 (1 month ago)|