WinBoss is a system tray application that hide one or all running programs with one short-key combination. Useful when user needs to hide their activity or to hide less important application from cluttering the desktop. The hidden running application can be restored with one click, either a selected one or all of them from a popup menu. Short-key can be modified to avoid conflict with other software. System tray icon works like Windows Task Mgr.
Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/2003 Server
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