FlyingWindows

Developer: Keyuura LLC

Current Version: 1.4.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 736.4 KB - Download

Description:

FlyingWindows is an application to enables you to work in Single Application Mode. It is different from other Single Application Mode apps, in using window minimization or unminimization in this mode. Window order is preserved during unminimization. Windows fly in and out of the dock.

The application can also minimize and unminimize windows in slow motion. Unminimization of application windows upon switching to any application, is useful and a feature you will find hard to work without.

Features:

• Single Application Mode
• Slow Motion Minimize
• Minimize On Activate
• Hide Inactive Application
• Exclude Applications in Single Application Mode
• Delay before minimizing
• Enable or Disable Application

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Release Notes:

Bug fixes for:
- apps do not hide
- un-minimize all

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.2.2
Review by James Jarrett

I am really liking this program. - It works exactly as you would expect. When you switch applications all of the windows for that application come to the front and the ones not being used go away. The reduction in visual interface clutter is quite refreshing, I am really liking this program. I've already enabled it to start up on login which I am generally very slow to do. The price is perfect for trying out something new. If you are a "less is more" person, this program is worth trying out.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
1/5
Version 1.3.0
Review by MellyB.

Quirky as hell! - This App is great in theory. I love the concept. Except, there is a preferences window where you can exclude Apps. So say you have something you need to keep open like a notepad while you are toggling. It is hit or miss if it works. Really. I have tried to use it and really it is a waste of money or was for me. I no longer use it. Perhaps they will actually fix it. I am a power user and toggle windows all day long it can get cluttered. This is not the fix though.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people