(I would welcome some comments on the correct terminology, I guess it's not that obvious what I'm actually asking)
On windows there's many applications (especially common on "pro" or "enterprise" software, it seems) that have many sub-windows that are tied to the mother application.
E.g. on ArcGIS/ArcMAP (I also remember autoCAD and ORCA AVA having this issue), I have a main window with my map and various toolbars and various (dockable) sub-windows. Those sub-windows don't have the standard window decorations and also don't show up in alt-tab or win-tab.
However, they are fully floating and I can move them outside of the ArcMAP main window, or on my second display.
Whenever I bring my main window into the foreground, every single sub-window also gets brought into the foreground, which makes it impossible to work with my main map and, say, a spreadsheet open in parallel.
Is there any setting (on windows side, I suppose?) that I'm missing to force those windows to behave as normal windows, so that I can minimize them, or decouple them from their main window?