WinRoll – Roll up window into its title bar

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In the standard Windows user interface, all open windows are displayed on the system task bar, arranged from left to right. In contrast, the operating interface of Apple Mac OS is more human-based, user can make each open window “roll up”, just show its title bar.

A freeware called “WinRoll” allows you to achieve this operation under Windows, the user just needs to dub the right mouse button simply.

WinRoll can replace the minimize function of window, with it you can make all windows on the desktop roll into their title bars, meanwhile, have them all still keep open and stay on the table at any time, yet this just occupies little space.

When you left click on the minimize button, the window will minimize as usual; but if it is a right-click on the minimize button or title bar, then the window will roll up into its title bar; or if it is the middle button, the window will minimize to the system tray.

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