From version 4.11 it is possible to hide the title bar + menu and move the windows by right mouse dragging on the background!
However, this option must be activated in the Desktop Stop clock, in order to be able to use it as an optional function. Since there was only one user request for this useful feature, although this unique Windows stopwatch, which can also be used as a large desktop clock, has over 1,000,000 downloads by now, I did not want overload the rest of stop watch users, with this feature and I have made it optional!
1.) ... Activating the function!
2.) ... Using the windows dragging feature!
3.) ... What purpose does this feature have?
Please use ... always the latest version of the Windows Stop clock.
Start the Windows Stopwatch as usual and open in: Main
menu ► Hide program and title bar and menu ► Use this function
So, the hardest part is done, now you can hide the title bar and the menu by right clicking on the stop clock. Very handy, because the anyway nice stopwatch looks even more elegant.
After you have enabled the Hide Window Title Bar and Menu functions, you can no longer move the Stop Clock on the Windows Desktop.
However, if you hold down the right mouse button and dragging, the stopwatch window moves as if you are using the program's title bar to move it.
Info: When you right-click on the background, the menu and title bar are back. You can use it as usual in earlier stop watches versions. And change the size of the stop-watch window. Of course you can continue to use the stopwatch as a large Windows desktop clock , if necessary by pressing the F11 key in full screen mode, which is very convenient!
This pretty simple but useful feature let you place the stopwatch anywhere on the desktop. The user with the suggestion for improvement uses it on a Windows PC with 8 monitors, where he can place everywhere, as in his case countdown timer, and in different colors.
Of course, the whole as an optional feature in the ... windows desktop stop clock.
FAQ 6: Updated on: 13 April 2018 10:41