Actual Transparent Window is an innovative Windows desktop enhancement that allows setting any level of transparency for any particular window in the system. With Actual Transparent Window, it is very easy to organize the simultaneously opened windows. It is a truly new approach to desktop space organization. Now you do not have to minimize and restore windows every time.
- Configuration: Now all toolbars respect the options of the “Toolbars” group in the “Options – User Interface” panel.
- Windows 10, Window Settings: Specific settings did not apply to UWP apps running full-screen (e.g. Groove, Solitaire Collection).
- Windows 10, Title Buttons: After switching a UWP app from full-screen to windowed, the extra buttons did not show in its title bar.
- Individual transparency rate: Actual Transparent Window lets you set individual transparency rate for each window. You can change transparency from 0% (solid) to 100% (fully transparent) to achieve the desired effect.
- Inactive window transparency: Actual Transparent Window has the option to set transparency only when the window becomes inactive. And when you activate this window it becomes non-transparent again. This option may be especially useful for your instant messenger (ICQ, Windows Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, or any other).
- Toggle transparency\opaque window state by double click on title bar: To toggle a window from transparent to opaque, double-click the title bar. To toggle a window from opaque to transparent, double-click the title bar again.
- “Make Transparent” button: The new “Make Transparent” button is may be added to a window title bar. Now you can switch the semi-transparency on/off just by pressing it. You can select a different transparency level for any window on-the-fly, while it is open! Right-click the “Make Transparent” title button to display its context menu where you can choose one of the predefined transparency levels.
- Multilingual support: Actual Transparent Window is available in English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian, Japanese, Chinese Simplified, and Chinese Traditional languages.