Windows concept is quite usable when it comes to minimizing, maximizing and restoring a window. However, there are
still possibilities to unleash. Actual Title Buttons is the unique window management tool
which offers extended window manipulation capabilities by adding new buttons to a window caption.
By clicking these buttons as you are used to do with the standard ones, you can take advantage of hidden
Windows® features, such as:
These new buttons look native in all standard XP and Vista visual themes and as easy to use as general
Minimize/Maximize/Close ones. You can define which buttons should be actually added as to all windows
as specify an individual set of buttons for any particular window.
With the help of Actual Title Buttons you can apply the above features to almost any program:
TryActual Title Buttons - they are surprisingly
easy-to-use and very handy!
What Users Say
""When I'm not reading mail but only waiting for Eudora to check for new mail, I wanted to get Eudora out of the way and minimize it to the system tray. I also wanted Anytime Deluxe to do the same. After a quick search I found Actual Title Buttons and gave it a try. I love it! It's easy to use and works great! Didn't take me long to decide to buy it. The other little features that comes with it like Rollup, Stay-on-Top and Make Transparent buttons is a nice little bonus. If anyone wants to reclaim their taskbar, they should give this little program a try!""
Louise Frechette, Stuart, FL.
""I can keep available certain data in a 'table' (Excel spreadsheet) which floats on-top all the time, so I can refer to it while working in other apps.""
""Now that I have tried Actual Title Buttons, I know it is a utility I cannot live without. There are more uses than what this article could possibly cover. Do yourself a favor; help yourself make better use of your time with Actual Title Buttons.""
""Actual Title Buttons is great software. I've seen software for minimize and stay on top. But this replace both and that way you don't need too many software running at the same time which slows your system. It does work really good on Windows XP. I love it. Great job!""