We usually use the keyboard shortcut "Win+D" or press the "Show Desktop" button in the Quick Launch Bar to access desktop, but unfortunately it isn't very convenient: If you like to keep 20+ programs running at the same time (just like me), the progress will take a few seconds. What's worse, you can't come back to the previous window instantly after running a program or opening a document from the desktop, you have to look for it in the taskbar and your train of thought is often interrupted. Desk Topmost solves this in a different way: It will let the desktop float on the top instead of minimizing all the windows.
LicenseFree
File Size504.87 kB
Version1.0
Operating System Windows Windows XP Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows 7 Windows NT Windows Vista Windows 2003 Windows Me

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