Rather than get confused by the multitude of open windows, you can turn to PinMe! and set one or several of them to be displayed on top of all the rest.
Portable, intuitive app
It needs to be mentioned from the get-go that the application is portable and that it does not require any installation, so you can carry it on a portable device, then run it whenever you need it.
Secondly, it comes with a minimalistic look about it, so you do not need to spend a lot of time understanding its functions. Also, it sits in the system tray, which means that it does not take up any desktop or taskbar space, adding to the overall feel of clutter.
Set open windows to be always on top
Once you run PinMe!, you can click its icon and a list with all the opened windows is displayed - it needs to be emphasized that the utility does not detect only open programs, but also folder or files.
You simply need to browse the list and locate the item you are interested in, then click it and you are done: the selected window’s state has been changed to topmost.
You can mark as many windows as you like, but you need to keep in mind that they will be displayed according to the initial order you used when selecting them - in other words, the one you clicked first will always be displayed on top of the others.
If you want to revert a window’s state to its original value, you only need to click it again; since the topmost windows are marked with a dedicated icon within the menu of PinMe!, you should not encounter any difficulty in reverting the changes.
All in all, PinMe! can prove to be a helpful application for all those who want to organize all their open windows by setting one or several of them to be shown on top of the others.
Reviewed by Giorgiana Arghire, last updated on November 4th, 2014
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- New feature: window capture (images are saved to the clipboard)
- New feature: set and change window transparencies
- New feature: option to set one SuperPin window so it always remains TopMost
- Bug fix: hung window detection in threads working more effectively on Windows XP
Application descriptionPinMe! lists all opened windows in Z-Order from the click of its tray icon.Selecting a window positions that window to...