I have seen all kinds of utilities that tap into the context menu that appears when you right-click on an application’s titlebar. Often times they can adjust the transparency, pin the window so that it stays on top, and adjust the process priority of the app. WindowMenuPlus does all of that, but it also does some more unique things that I haven’t seen before. Here’s a list of some of the menu items present:
- Keep on Top
- Move to – move the window to a pre-defined area on the screen
- Kill Process – forcefully kills the app
- Process Priority
- Free Unused Memory
- Find this Program – opens the program location in Windows Explorer
- Program Information – displays all kinds of information about the app, such as how long it has been running, process ID, memory usage, threads, 32/64-bit, and more.
This free app includes all kinds of useful information and single-click actions. Plus it only uses about 5MB of memory while running in the background so you don’t have to worry about comprimising resources to get this awesome functionality.
WindowMenuPlus Homepage (Windows only; Freeware)