Hide, reveal, mute, unmute and close windows using a number of convenient hotkeys, with the help of this lightweight application
|Updated||Sep 20th 2016|
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|Crack Size||1.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
It is not uncommon to find your desktop cluttered with numerous windows, and it can get very difficult to manage them all and keep your workspace organized.
Misterio is a handy application that aims to provide a straightforward solution to this issue. It enables you to hide, show, mute, unmute and close windows using several simple hotkeys, as well as open various files or folders.
Once you have configured the hotkeys, you should be able to start managing your windows using keyboard shortcuts alone, although it may sometimes be necessary to bring up the application window for various operations.
Thankfully, Misterio can be minimized to the system tray, so it is very unobtrusive. Additionally, you can even disable the notification area icon altogether and add the program to the startup list.
The application displays a list of all the currently opened windows, and you can select any of them to hide or show them more easily. However, it is also possible to hide, reveal or close the currently active window if you want to work with hotkeys alone.
Moreover, it is possible to add multiple files or folders to the “Quick launch”, enabling you to open them with just a couple of mouse clicks after bringing up Misterio Crack with the assigned keyboard shortcut.
The program can be launched directly from the downloaded executable file, as there is no need to go through a set up procedure beforehand. It is also very lightweight, as it uses up very little disk space and has a negligible resource impact.
In conclusion, Misterio is a fairly simple application that aims to help you manage your windows and avoid desktop clutter. It relies on a series of customizable keyboard shortcuts, and it is not too difficult to use, but it would have been great if a detailed user manual were included.
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