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Windows

Manage windows on your desktop

This group of actions includes, very simply, the commands to interact with instances of open applications or with the operating system itself. You'll find the classic "Close", "Minimize" and "Maximize" which emulate the three famous commands detectable in any window in the upper left corner, for those who use Mac, or in the upper right, for Windows users . Furthermore, we have added some commands to arrange windows on the screen , such as "Hide" or "Place to the top" which, of course, come handy when you're working on many folders or apps at the same time. [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/421c02f-IMG_0089.jpg", "IMG_0089.jpg", 2048, 1536, "#2d2427" ], "caption": "Windows actions" } ] } [/block]