Donelleschi releases Sticky Windows 2.3.3

August 18, 2007 in Software (E)

[] Bologna, Italy - August 18, 2007 - announces the update of Sticky Windows 2.3.3, their latest Finder/Desktop windows management utility for Mac OS X.

Sticky Windows is an application for Mac OS X Tiger which extends the tab browsing experience to the Desktop. Sticky Windows shrinks windows into tabs when dragging a window towards the edge of the screen, providing a completely clutter-free workspace. By clicking on the tab the user can show and hide the window. Version 2.3.3 includes bug fixes, many performance enhancements and is a recommended update for all customers.

The tab can be created by dragging a window to any edge of the screen. Sticky Windows also supports multiple screens too. When the mouse reaches the margin of the screen a tab will appear. To remove a tab, simply drag it away from the screen edge. If the window is not currently visible when the tab is dismissed, the original window is re-displayed on the screen.

Feature Highlights in Version 2.3.3:
* Better support for fullscreen applications
* Better performance and minor bug fixes

System Requirements:
* Requires Mac OS X v10.4 or later.
* 2.5 MB Hard Drive space.

Pricing and Availability:
Sticky Windows may be purchased for $15.95 USD and installs with a fully featured demonstration period.

Sticky Windows has been designed to be light in CPU usage. Users will seldom see it using more than 1% of CPU. This is particular important for Powerbook/MacBook users; Sticky Windows works great without worrying battery drain.

Based in Sant'Ilario d' Enza, Italy, Donelleschi designs OS X software for the purpose of filling in the usability gaps of the current OS X interface. Our primary goal is usability.


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