What to Do (Window Actions)

Actual Tools programs provide a wide variety of features for advanced control of the various windows on your system. Among them are:

Add/remove standard window parts - finely tweak window's appearance and behavior.
Aero Snap - emulates the quick window allocation tool from Windows 7 for earlier systems such as XP/Vista.
Align - now you can precisely control the placement of windows on your desktop, automatically or manually arranging your windows exactly where you want them.
Center to point - centers a window to the specified point of desktop.
Change caption - if you don't like the default title bar caption or want to make it more clear then you can change it to anything you like.
Change icon - in some situations it's helpful to substitute the default window icon with more appropriate one.
Change program affinity - now you can finely tweak and balance the load of CPUs in a multi-processor system.
Change program priority - now you can tweak your system for the most efficient use of hardware resources.
Change run mode - select the most convenient window appearance for your day-to-day applications.
Close - automatic release of unwanted/needless windows.
Combo - run several other actions at once to get a combined effect in a single call.
Ghost - to "ghost" a window means that all mouse clicks will pass through it without producing an effect.
Group Size/Drag - convenient and natural way to manage several adjacent windows while keeping their relative layout.
Hide mouse pointer - if you don't need to see the mouse pointer floating over a specific window (e.g. Tablet PC Input Panel) then you can easily turn it off.
Ignore deactivation - in some special cases you may want to deceive the currently active window so that it would "think" it's still active - even after you switched to another window.
Lock mouse - sometimes you may want to force the mouse pointer stay within the boundaries of a specific window.
Make transparent - making windows semi-transparent is a stunning effect and can be very useful in certain situations.
Manage window settings - quick and convenient way to modify the applied settings, create new ones or exclude a window from processing.
Minimize - used for the same reasons as the Close action but this just hides a window from the desktop so it keeps running in background.
Minimize alternatively (AltMin™) - now you are able to minimize your windows not only to the taskbar but to alternate locations as well - such as the system tray and specific locations on the screen.
Mirror - create and control a mirror for any window on-the-fly.
Move to monitor - in multi-monitor configurations you are able to send the desired window to any connected monitor.
Move to virtual desktop - when using the Virtual Desktops facility you can place the desired window to any existing virtual desktop or make it visible on all desktops.
Pin to desktop - when pinned to desktop, window can't be minimized in any way.
Remove taskbar entry - rid your taskbar of unwanted buttons.
Resize - in addition to automatic alignment of your windows, you can also define optimum dimensions for specific windows.
Restrict placement - split your desktop into well-defined zones for differently purposed windows and keep your workspace ordered neatly.
Roll up - another way to free your desktop of currently inactive windows, the Roll Up function leaves only the window's title bar visible while hiding its contents.
Run keyboard macro - if you need to press the same key combinations every time a certain window appears then you can store this sequence of keystrokes as a keyboard macro and send it automatically to that window, so significantly saving your time.
Send to bottom - if you don't need a certain window at the moment but still want to keep it on the desktop you can use this feature to instantly place it on the bottom of the windows pile.
Snap - makes the border of a window automatically stick to monitor/desktop boundaries and other windows while the window is being dragged or sized with the mouse.
Start program - allows launching a helper tool or opening an accompanying document upon a certain window's opening.
Stay always-on-top - now you can precisely control this highly useful window state to keep desired windows visible on top of others.
Stretch - a useful combination of aligning and resizing which moves the selected window's border/corner towards the corresponding desktop edge/corner.

Also you can learn more about when you can use the actions listed above.