64-bit Desktop Software
DisplayFusion will make your multi-monitor life much easier. With powerful features like Multi-Monitor Taskbars, TitleBar Buttons and fully customizable Functions, DisplayFusion will make managing your multiple monitors easy. Take a look at some of the features below to learn how DisplayFusion can help you!
WindowBlinds is a software utility that allows you to completely change the look and feel of Microsoft Windows. It works by applying new visual styles, also called skins, across the entire user interface (i.e. start menu, window frames, title bars, menus, buttons, taskbar, scroll bars, ...) of the operating system. As a result, you gain complete control over the way Windows looks.
Clavier+ will allow you to create keyboard shortcuts using any key, including the Windows key (around the Space key), to launch programs, write text, display websites. You always launch the same programs, navigate in the same websites? Create a simple shortcut to do it quickly. Bored to write your E-mail address? Create a universal keyboard shortcut to write it: it will work under Word, Excel, and your favorite Internet browser!
Classic Shell is a collection of features that were available in older versions of Windows but were later removed. It has a customizable Start menu and Start button for Windows 7 and Windows 8, it adds a toolbar for Windows Explorer and supports a variety of smaller features.
1st Clock is fully compatible with Windows 7 and Windows Vista and supports both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows. 1st Clock enhances your taskbar clock to display the time AND date in any format you choose. Features include: alarms, atomic time synchronization, time zones, popup calendar, quick reminders, performance monitoring, copy to clipboard, swatch time and more...
Do you have a notebook or keyboard without a NumLock or CapsLock indicator light? Do you have a computer without a hard drive activity light? If so, then TrayStatus is for you. TrayStatus can show you the following information in your taskbar’s notification area (system tray):
Actual Tools products are innovative utilities for organizing the Windows® desktop via extended window manipulation capability for more convenient and enjoyable work with your computer. The productivity of your work is a direct function of the number of windows you are able to effectively operate and control as compared with the amount of time and effort you waste on the unnecessary manual manipulation of those same windows.
Actual Transparent Window is an innovative Windows® desktop enhancement which allows setting any level of transparency for any particular window in the system. With Actual Transparent Window it is very easy to organize the simultaneously opened windows. It is a truly new approach to desktop space organization.
As a multi-tasking OS, Windows® allows you running multiple programs simultaneously. As a result you have a few windows open at any time. But when working with lots of applications, your desktop can easily become overcrowded. Actual Virtual Desktops will help you resolve this problem. You can allocate and classify all of your windows by moving them to virtual desktops.
Actual Window Manager is an innovative desktop organization application which introduces unconventional window controls and also automatic general window operations making your work more productive, convenient and enjoyable. It has more than 50 handy tools to help you in daily routine window manipulations.
Sometimes you need to quickly remove your active window to see the information which underlies it but you don't want to close it. So you have to minimize and then restore it but this requires redundant and ineffective mouse manipulations because you need, at first, move the mouse pointer to the Minimize button, then, secondly, move the mouse pointer down to window's taskbar button. These chores can be made much more easier, quicker and more fun with Actual Window Rollup!
This utility displays the list of opened windows on your system. For each window, some useful information is displayed: the title, the handle of window, location, size, class name, process number, the name of the program that created the window, and more...