Actual Window Rollup 8.14.7 Multilingual
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Actual Window Rollup fills up the functionality gap that users, familiarized with Unix/Linux/MacOS window managers, notice while managing workspace in Windows. The program allows you to roll up and down windows by clicking on the special Roll Up button added to window's title bar. This feature has proven to be a more efficient way of organizing your workspace while working with multiple windows. Now it will only take a single click or keystroke to hide a window and move to the information in the underlying window or on the desktop. Besides the default Roll Up button and ability to enable this function from the system menu of the program offer several ways of rolling up your windows automatically.
Sometimes you need to quickly remove your active window to see the information which underlies it but you don't want to close it. So you have to minimize and then restore it but this requires redundant and ineffective mouse manipulations because you need, at first, move the mouse pointer to the Minimize button, then, secondly, move the mouse pointer down to window's taskbar button. These chores can be made much more easier, quicker and more fun with Actual Window Rollup!
As its name implies, Actual Window Rollup lets you roll your windows up like blinds/shades/curtains - hide window's contents area and leave only its title bar visible! Such way of window manipulation has come from the Unix/Linux world - there it became a good habit for millions of users worldwide. Now it's available for Windows® so if you get used to this feature in KDE windows manager then try Actual Window Rollup - keeping the good habit is worth trying! If you are, on the contrary, a pure Windows® user then try it anyway - making a good habit is worth trying indeed! People use the Roll Up feature much more often than the standard minimization to the taskbar because rolling up is much more quick, convenient and, finally, it's intuitively resembles the way you look out of the window - you pull the curtain up, not down!
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