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Additional Title Buttons on Dual Monitors in Windows 8

  1. Introduction
  2. Additional Title Buttons in Windows 8
  3. How to Add New Title Buttons
  4. Conclusion

Introduction

Management in Windows 8 changed significantly compared to previous versions of Microsoft operating systems. Understand and getting used to Windows 8 management requires a lot of time. However, even knowing all the nuances of management, many features can only be accessed with the help of third-party software.


2. Additional Title Buttons in Windows 8

Actual Window Manager can help you access additional features of Windows 8 in the form of additional title buttons. Actual Window Manager contains many additional title buttons for improving window management. Among them, you can find: minimize to the system tray, make transparent, copy, paste, resize, roll up, two buttons for multi-monitor management – maximize to desktop and move to monitor; and many others features, which make your work more convenient. Use of these buttons is very simple: just left-click to desired button to activate the required feature. However, several buttons have a second work mode. For example, if you right-click on the 'Move to Monitor' title button, the special selector is opened instead simple moving of a window to the next monitor.

3. How to Add New Title Buttons

You can add required buttons at any moment. To add a button, open the configuration window of Actual Window Manager and follow to the Window Settings -> Default Settings, then click to the Title Buttons tab. Check the desired box to activate this additional title button. Almost all buttons have additional settings, which you change.


Save settings after you have added all desired buttons. Now each title bar contains all added buttons in addition to the standard minimize, maximize, and close buttons.

4. Conclusion

Actual Window Manager includes all Actual Tools software. One of them is Actual Multiple Monitors. You can read about all the advantages of using Actual Multiple Monitors in Windows 8 in the “Windows 8: Better Alternative to a Native Multi-Monitor Taskbar” article.