Make Always on Top, To-Tray, Transparency for all Windows on 11, 10, 8.1, ...!
Quite simply a window Always in the foreground, minimized to the taskbar, or set transparency under all Windows OS!
Sometimes, for various reasons, an open window must be displayed over all other applications and windows. This can be useful for monitoring a particular application or watching a movie while you work or attach the audio player over all the windows. Windows 11, 10,8.1, ... does not offer a window over other windows.
Unfortunately, more and more old tools fail in this task because they are not further maintained or developed!
(Image-1) Make Always on Top, To-Tray, Transparency for all Windows on 10, 8.1, ...!
In general, windows can only arrange in cascade tiles, so all windows use the same screen area, but always in the foreground is sometimes very handy, In DesktopOK this is a simple and useful tool with some feature that displays your desired app across all application windows. Regardless of how many windows you have open, right-click to display all open windows and select the window you want to keep it in the foreground. You can use this tool to set all required applications to Always On Top. This is a missing feature in Windows 10, 8.1, .... You can access it via the title bar + Alt + R Mouse.
Just wondering if any of your nifty apps has the feature allowing me to "pin" various windows forcing them to stay on top of other apps. useful if, say, you have a small window app and a large one behind it, and want to use the large one without the small one disappearing. ive been using an old dir-cache app called fileboxExtender to do this for eons, but all of a sudden it no longer works with the latest chrome. and this app hasnt been updated since 2011. preferably something tiny and portable, so i thought, maybe you have it...or could whip one up.?
I often use several windows at once that are open and keep track of the update of the information they contain, so I'd like to move them to the notification area of the taskbar so as not to close them to avoid accidental closing. And if I need that information again, I should be able to restore the window and see what has changed.?