How To Keep System Dialogs Always-On-Top
While working with Windows®, you come across with various system dialogs, such as 'Add/Remove Programs', 'System Properties', 'Time/Date Properties' etc.
The main problem with these dialogs is that they are not visible in the taskbar.
So, if a system dialog appears to be covered by another window, finding it becomes quite a difficult task. This problem is especially common for the 'Add/Remove Programs' dialog: after uninstalling some program this dialog often appears to be hidden behind other windows.
The Stay Always-on-Top button helps you solve these problems: you just click the button in the window title bar, and the system dialog always stays on top of all other windows and none of them can obscure it.
The Stay Always-on-Top feature is especially useful with the following system dialogs:
- Add/Remove Programs
- Display Properties
- System Properties
- Time/Date Properties
- Accessibility Options
- Folder Options
- Internet Properties
- Mouse Properties
and with many more.
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