Sometimes you need to quickly remove your active window to see the information which underlies it but you don't want to close it. So you have to minimize and then restore it but this requires redundant and ineffective mouse manipulations because you need, at first, move the mouse pointer to the Minimize button, then, secondly, move the mouse pointer down to window's taskbar button. These chores can be made much more easier, quicker and more fun with Actual Window Rollup!
[+] The Description field is added for Exclusions.
[*] The amount of consumed Windows graphics resources is decreased
significantly (this prevents the resource exhaustion when too many windows
[*] The option to make additional title buttons Office 2007-like is added.
[*] Now Configuration windows remember their Maximized state between sessions.
[-] The bug in Configuration user interface with non-disappearing horizontal
scroll bar is fixed.
[-] Now the additional title buttons and system window menu items work
as expected in Windows Live Mail.
[-] Now console windows are correctly extended in the zero user session
on Windows XP SP3 and Windows 2003.
[-] The long unwanted pause, when closing console windows via Close
title button, is removed.
[-] The crash of Windows Vista Snipping Tool, when closing it, is fixed.
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