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WatchCat

WatchCat

WatchCat 2.0 (last freeware version) uses a menu to keep track of programs you are running, letting you hide any running application from view. Application windows that are hidden by WatchCat not only disappear from your Windows desktop but also disappear from the Taskbar and from the list of running tasks displayed by ALT-TAB. To hide or unhide any application, simply right-click on WatchCat's System Tray icon and select an application from the menu that appears; applications that appear on the bottom of the menu are ones that are currently hidden.

There are options to hide and show all windows and to hide or show your desktop icons. Other options let you hide and unhide programs using hotkeys or by right-clicking on any application's "minimize" icon.



You can even set up timers which automatically hide or close windows after a specified period of time. And this newest release lets you minimize applications to the System Tray and protect hidden windows with a password.

If you need to keep applications running but don't want them to become obtrusive, this utility could become quite convenient for you.

Windows 95/98/Me/NT

Developer: Vassili Bourdo

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