I've checked the previous question here, but unfortunately:
- DeskPin mostly doesn't work since Windows 8, and it still doesn't work in Windows 10
- PowerMenu hasn't been updated since 2002, and does not seem to work in Windows 10
- AutoHotKey and AlwaysOnTopMaker requires a keyboard, there is no visual indication that a window is marked as Always on Top or not
I found a program called TurboTop that can do this from system tray, but in Windows 10, TurboTop list all programs that is not even running in its list, twice. It is a mess.
WindowPinner does it better, but it still include not running programs in the list.
Is there any solution that work GUI way without requiring keyboard, like long pressing/right click on title bar and select Always on Top? If you're used to Ubuntu Linux you know this functionality.