Hiding Windows Like a Mac
One of the great things about having a Macintosh is the ability to hide application windows with ease. Unfortunately, Microsoft Windows, being the most popular operating system to date, doesn't have a native approach to this, and the available programs to solve this issue can be outdated, memory hogs or overly complicated. I encountered this problem myself and knew I had to find a solution, which is why I decided to create Window Hide.
With Window Hide, you can effortlessly hide any application window by simply holding down the ALT key and clicking the window. You can hide as many windows as you want, including desktop icons, and to unhide them, just hit the ALT key and right-click - it's that easy!
What sets Window Hide apart is its compatibility with all Windows operating systems from XP to Windows 11, low memory usage, and incredibly small size - at only 600 KB, it's practically weightless! You won't find a tray icon, and the only way to exit the program is through the task manager. To have it run on startup, just add it to the startup folder.
With Window Hide, you have a simple and effective solution to hide your application windows, so you can focus on the task at hand without distraction. It's been a game changer for me, and I'm confident it will be for you too.
Check it out at https://windowhide.com/