Minimize Windows When They Start
Automatically Minimize Any Window Upon Its Opening!
- Do you run some of your programs and manually minimize them right after startup?
- Does it happen every day?
- Does it annoy you?
Actual Tools is willing to present its Actual Window Manager utility to eliminate this annoyance for you!
Actual Window Manager lets you automatically minimize on opening any window that you specify. This utility automatically minimize Outlook Express or any other window at startup for your convenience.
Actual Window Manager can help you in other ways, too:
- Automatically maximize certain programs upon startup.
- Close unwanted windows automatically if you don't want to see them.
- Bring a selected program window to the top of the desktop and keep it here.
- Prevent accidental window closure.
- Minimize windows to tray or to any edge of your screen.
- and much more...
See the following links that will be your guides in getting acquainted with Actual Window Manager:
Check out our articles. You can find other ways for using the features presented by Actual Window Manager which are sure to make your work easier!
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