Hide and show desktop icons by performing simple mouse gestures, according to the configuration you set up, so that it suits your needs
|Updated||October 30 2019|
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|Crack Size||83 KB|
AutoHideDesktopIcons is a very lightweight Windows application developed to automatically hide and show desktop icons based on mouse gestures.
Especially useful if you’re trying to keep the desktop organized, the app comes with a rather plain and simple GUI that seems to be mostly aimed at rookies.
There’s no help manual included in the package, but the user-friendly approach takes care of everything.
You can for example configure the app to show the icons using any mouse click, but you’re also allowed to set the timer for hiding the desktop icons.
There are a bunch of other configurable parameters too in order to hide the Taskbar, start the application with Windows, keep it minimized to Tray or disable its engine.
The program doesn’t affect system performance in any way and it works smoothly on all Windows version, without even asking for administrator privileges on Windows 7 workstations.
As a conclusion, AutoHideDesktopIcons Crack is the perfect software solution that allows you to quickly enjoy the beauty of a clean desktop. It automatically hides the desktop icons using a set of user-defined options and comes with the essential features to appeal to both rookies and more experienced users.
As mentioned, there’s no help section included in the application, but that’s not a problem at all thanks to the intuitive approach we were talking about. What’s more, it remains very friendly on hardware resources all the time.
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