Actual Window Rollup opens new opportunities for efficient window management. It allows you to roll up window's contents in a single click or keystroke, so that you can get quick access to underlying information. It works for all types of windows.
Version: 8.14.4Actual Window Rollup fills up the functionality gap that users, familiarized with Unix / Linux / MacOS window managers, notice while managing workspace in Windows.
License: Free To Try $19.95
Operating System: Windows
The program allows you to roll up and down windows by clicking on the special Roll Up button added to window's title bar.
This feature has proven to be a more efficient way of organizing your workspace while working with multiple windows. Now it will only take a single click or keystroke to hide a window and move to the information in the underlying window or on the desktop.
Besides the default Roll Up button and ability to enable this function from the system menu of the program offer several ways of rolling up your windows automatically.
It's possible to set the program to instantly roll down active and roll up inactive windows. You can also manage windows via keyboard using the Hotkey feature. Easy access to features comes along with great compatibility.
It means that Actual Window Rollup recognizes and works with all kinds of windows, including the command prompt type (also known as console / CMD / DOS windows).
Actual Window Rollup is a tiny utility that will set you free from a huge amount of redundant manipulations, such as searching in the taskbar, minimizing and maximizing windows.
Version 8.14.4: 1) Improved many internal facilities (implies better reliability, compatibility, and performance - see the full changelog). 2) Fixed numerous bugs (see the full changelog).
Version 8.14.3: 1) Fixed: Rare random crashes of running apps. 2) Fixed: Numerous issues with extra title buttons. 3) Fixed: Some incompatibility issues with Chromium-based apps.
Version 8.14: 1) Fixed: Office 2013+ apps got frozen after unlocking a user session. 2) Added: Light visual theme support. 3) Added: High DPI support for configuration windows. 4) Fixed: Title buttons in Office 2019 apps, Sticky Notes, Firefox Quantum, Visual Studio 2010+.
Version 8.13.3: 1) Fixed: High CPU consumption by SmartScreen. 2) Fixed: Exclusions stopped working since 8.13. 3) Improved: Title buttons appearance in RTL languages (Arabic, Hebrew). 4) Fixed: Title buttons' placing and coloring in Win10 17763+ and Insider 18267+.
Version 8.13.2: 1) Fixed dwm.exe crash in Windows Vista/7. 2) Improved title buttons placement in Google Chrome. 3) Improved compatibility with Chromium-based apps (Opera/Vivaldi/Yander.Browser, Slack, Spotify). 4) Fixed Configuration window look in high DPI resolutions.
Version 8.13: 1) Reduced system workload on multi-core CPUs. 2) Improved scaling of Configuration windows on monitors with different DPI resolutions. 3) Fixed extra buttons' reaction on right clicks in Foxit Reader. 4) Fixed detecting free place for extra buttons in Google Chrome in high DPI resolutions.
Version 8.12.2: 1) Improved compatibility with Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.
Version 8.12: 1) Fixed: Extra buttons overlapped the My Account button in Google Chrome 64+. 2) Fixed: Extra buttons in Firefox Quantum got misplaced and drawn in wrong color. 3) Fixed: Some applications (e.g. Malwarebytes) might hang at startup if Actual Window Rollup was running.
Version 8.11.2: 1) Improved compatibility with Metro (UWP) apps in Windows 10 Creators Update: fixed crashes at startup, improved extra title buttons colors in apps with custom-colored title bars, improved Compact View popup toolbar behavior.
Version 8.11.1: 1) Improved auto-detection of free space for extra title buttons in Google Chrome. 2) Improved Windows 10 compatibility: a) fixed crashes of various apps (like Visual Studio 2010, 2012, 2013 installers and components, iTunes Helper, iPod Service, and others); b) fixed hung Magnifier in Lens mode.