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Hide active windows with ClickyGone

Clicky Gone is an open source program that can hide any open window without a sign on your desktop from view with a short cut key or a mouse click. Useful, if for example, to hide an open window that you don’t want to show your boss or any others.

The program has almost no user interface (keyboard and muse driven). The main access to its features (for configuring the short-cut keys) is through Clicky Gone Config file which is an external application and the Clicky Menu (ctrl + alt + space).

Clicky Gone has many features and following are the default keys for different operations.

  1. Quick hide/show all windows: Ctrl + Alt + F12
  2. Selective Hide: Ctrl + Alt + Left Click Window
  3. Clicky Gone Menu: Ctrl + Alt + Space Bar
  4. Boss Key (hide active window and mute sound): Ctrl + Alt + Enter

Features include:

  1. Hide windows in system tray or completely from view
  2. Boss Key support, hide the active window and mute the sound
  3. Run hidden windows application's in the background,
  4. A menu that shows you all your hidden windows
  5. Prevent click hiding on full screen applications, i.e. Games
  6. Hide menu on applications caption and taskbar icon

Clicky Gone supports Windows Vista and XP and can be downloaded (portable / installer) from http://clickygone.sourceforge.net [via]

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