Is there an application that will allow you to work on multiple application like windows 7?
As most people, I work on multiple windows/applications at a time (e.g. have 2-3 terminals and 1-2 other programs open)
which are positioned at a specific layout on the screen (e.g.
I work for a project where we are working on web application, android and iOS applications. We are developing the web application on Linux.
I've been reading quit a lot on the subject and I'm still confused.
I have a problem using dual monitors with my laptop running F17 (and Intel graphics).
Is it possible that we can Group Multiple Application window in just one Grouped Window to save some space on Screen.
Just like a utility called WindowTab in Windows that can group multiple applications, Is there any such utility or builtin function in ubuntu
I'm not sure where to begin or even if my thinking is in the right direction. Hopefully someone here can tell me what to do or at least give me a direction to start travelling.
I work on a Intranet Website, that contains multiple MVC3 and Coldfusion Applications. I have set the AppPool to Recycle every morning at 2:00 AM.
Hi, I’m wondering if it’s possible to have multiple Qt applications working as a single application. Like for example, a main application with different parts of it being generated by other applications.
I have an application that displays a dialogue box during operation. The issue is that sometimes I'll have multiple applications open and this dialogue box will appear behind those others.
Can I administratively tell Windows to always give certain applications foreground priority? So if/when they pop-up a window, it'll always be on top?
I know there are multiple similar questions but none of them answers what I want to know,
such as What is the easiest way to add a custom icon to an application using monodevelop?
I want to know if it's possible to insert icon to c# application in monodevelop so that I can see this icon in taskbar of gnome when the application run.
All answers suggest to fill in win32 icon - but that doesn't wo