How to Configure Each Window Individually or Just the Best Window Management for Windows

  1. Introduction

  2. Window Management
    1. Startup
    2. Closing
    3. Position
    4. Size
    5. Minimizing
    6. Rollup
    7. Transparency
    8. Ghost
    9. Priority
    10. Title Buttons
    11. Window Menu
  3. Conclusion



It is very convenient for work if you can configure each window individually. Actual Window Manager allows you to configure any window individually by setting up specific settings for it. Moreover, you can create specific settings for each window of an application, separately from each other.

2. Window Management

If you don't know anything about specific settings, read the following article - How to create specific settings for a particular window.

2.1. Startup

Here, you can find parameters such as Change Priority, Make Transparent, Resize, Move to Monitor #, Move to Virtual Desktop #, Lock Mouse, and many others, which apply when the window opens.

2.2. Closing

Close the window at startup/after deactivation, Ignore close button, etc.: you can active these features in this tab.

2.3. Position

To change the window position, use the following features: Place the window to a desired position up to a certain pixel, Align the window. These features are available both automatically at startup and manually when required.

2.4. Size

You can change the size of a window automatically at startup or manually when required.

2.5. Minimizing

If you do not want to close the window at startup, but only minimize it, use this tab. Also, you can select the type of minimizing: to the system tray, to the taskbar, or to the desktop.

2.6. Rollup

Rollup the window when inactive and unroll when active. This is a very useful feature to save desktop workspace.

2.7. Transparency

On this tab, you can make any window semi-transparent.

2.8. Ghost

This is a feature which allows you to make a window inactive. Therefore any actions will not affect this window.

2.9. Priority

Change the priority of the window automatically on startup, when inactive, or minimized.

2.10. Title Buttons

Here you can change the set of additional title buttons for each window independently.

2.11. Window Menu

The same tab as the Title Buttons, but configures a set of commands in a context menu.

Also you can run a mirror of the window on startup, and place any window to the desired Desktop Divider tile.

3. Conclusion

As you can see, Actual Window Manager allows you to configure each window with very fine-tuning. It is very useful when working with a large amount of windows, especially on multiple monitors. Also, it allows you to individualize your desktop environment.

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