See all your browser windows at once

runs on Windows
screenshot of Slickscreen

Do you ever have to do two things at once? Of course you do! When you're juggling tasks on your computer, things can get mighty complicated on the screen, with windows here and tabs there. Rearranging things to get all the stuff you need to see visible all at once can be a major challenge, as well as a big time drain.

Slickscreen is a tool you can use to help you manage your web browser better. Once you install it, fire up your web browser and put it to work. It comes with 6 pre-defined layouts that lets you position your browser windows for maximum visibility and no overlap. Now you can see all the web pages you're looking at all at once, and without having to fight with resizing browser windows. You've got that big display, and now you'll finally be able to put it to good use. And it's compatible with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and more.

You can run Slickscreen under Windows XP and later. It's free for personal and educational use, although if you want to use it at work, you're going to need to spring a few bucks for a license.

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One Response to “See all your browser windows at once”

  1. Steph says:

    This app looks great on my 32″ LCD. Thanks for the find!