Sometimes very small things seem to be difficult and tiring if not done properly. Things like managing your active windows is very simple, but still it looks difficult if you have so many active windows at the same time. Then you can’t decide what all stuff do you want and what you don’t. So, for such scenario we are going to discuss one small tool today which may prove to be really helpful for you.
4t Tray Minimizer is basically a small, easy to use, useful and most importantly a freely available tool which has been developed to manage all the active windows of the user by adding additional buttons in the title bar and thus making it a simple process for casual users as well. Once you use this utility than you may observe that these buttons include; minimize active windows to system tray, roll up windows, make window transparent and use hotkeys to quickly perform tasks which together makes up for all the features of this utility. Although, it may appear that the functionality of 4t Tray Minimizer is quite similar to some of the previously reviewed utilities of its kind, but still it has some distinct features which makes it a special tool among others.
This utility can be easily downloaded from the link given below and can be easily installed in few simple steps. Once you start the 4t setup, you may observe that you are provided with the option to enable hotkeys for various functions, which include, minimizing applications to tray, hiding tray icons, and minimizing all windows to system tray, as already mentioned. Along with these features, it also provides you with the choice which can be made according to your needs and requirements in order to enable some or all of the extra buttons which are to be added to the windows.
After installing this app, you may observe that the extra buttons are added to both Explorer and application windows. You may observe the dot shaped button and on clicking, it will minimize the current window to the system tray. Another way of doing this, by which all windows can be minimized to the system tray simultaneously is by using the Shift+CTRL+M hotkey.
One of the other option given in the form of the roll up button, is there for rolling up the current window. It can prove to be useful for temporarily reducing the desktop space that a window may be consuming. Similarly, one more available option in the form of Pin button, simply pins the active window to the desktop, whereas, the last one, i.e. the transparency button makes the window transparent to help you view underlying content.
So, you may try out this app by simply downloading it from the link given below. After downloading it, you can explore more of its features.
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