Using Taskbar Hide you can hide any running application
window. All you need to do is to select the application in the
Taskbar Hide list and click Hide icon or click mouse
right button to popup the menu and select hide item for
the change to take effect. Taskbar Hide is also able to
hide/show/close the program windows quickly through pressing a
Modify application windows order on taskbar
You can hide some of the less used icons from the system tray.
The operation is the same as to Hide/Show application
windows. Now this function supports windows me/2000/xp/vista/7.
Stay on top window
You can arrange the windows on taskbar according to your
preference. Select the application in the Taskbar Hide list
and use Up and Down arrows to reorder the application windows.
This feature becomes useful when you want to put related
application windows together.
You can select Always on top (topmost) or Normal (Non-topmost).
The former places the selected window above all non-topmost
windows, and this window will maintains its topmost position
even when it is deactivated. The latter places the selected
window above all other non-topmost windows but below all
You can minimize any running application window to the system
tray instead of an icon on your taskbar. You can bring the
application window back to normal by using Show, or
double click left mouse button on the icons or click right
mouse button from the menu.
You can select to hide taskbar or Hide/Show any of the following: taskbar,
start button, task window, system tray, and time clock.
You can find out more information
of the selected window with the Window Properties dialog box. Such as window handle, class name, process
id, thread id, window style and exstyle.
You can use Taskbar Hide to
maximize all windows or only IE windows so that they cover
the entire screen. Also you can minimize all windows to