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You can use free and easy tool TaskSpace to effectively organize and manage your Windows applications.
http://www.xtrabuttons.com/ - Check this one out.. There's a lot of functionality here that I grew to love in linux being brought to windows with xtrabuttons http://www.hyperionics.com/files/downloads.asp - Filebox Xtender is another
The problem is caused by Aero, but there's an easy way to stop it. Right click “Computer” and select “Properties”. Click “Advanced System Settings” Click “Settings” in the “Performance” section Uncheck “Fade out menu items after clicking” To remove any existing floating windows open up task manager and kill the dwm.exe process (Desktop Window Manager). ...
You can change some of the look and feel with an app called Flavours. You can't do much about the min, max and restore buttons (in terms of location or size) You can modify them a little and you'll see on their website some themes that do this. You can change the foreground and background colors (which was something I found annoying about Mavericks. I ...
Select the window (e.g., using Alt-Tab). Then hold Alt+F7 and move the window with the arrow keys back into view. Done. Sometimes it is hard to know blindly where the hidden window is located (and thus how to move it towards the screen). Animations during selection of the window might be helpful. Due to my setup (I occasionally use a second screen on top of ...
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