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  1. Stardock introduces Tiles 2 with high DPI monitor support Today, Stardock is introducing Tiles 2, the latest iteration of its virtual desktop solution. The app lets you make various desktops of related apps and such. For example, you can have one for work, one for school, one for play, and so on. And there's quite a bit that's new in Tiles 2. A big focus here is support for high DPI monitors, and as CEO Brad Wardell pointed out, it's about keeping up with the times. "It's important that we keep our apps up to date with changes in technology," said Wardell.
  2. Multiplicity enables you to control up to 9 PCs with only one keyboard and mouse. You can copy, paste, drag and drop files between PCs and centralize audio from all PCs to one PC. Multiplicity's data encryption ensures your data is always secure. Eliminate Extra Keyboards Multiplicity gives you the ability to control and quickly switch between multiple computers with one keyboard and mouse, reducing complexity and freeing up desk space for more efficient uses. Centralized Audio Centralize audio from all of your PCs to a single PC ensure you never miss an email, chat or st
  3. Stardock's Curtains customization tool is now available Announced back in April and released in beta, Stardock's Curtains is generally available today. The utility allows you to add different styles to the Windows 10 UI, but unlike with previous solutions, you don't have to worry about screen resolution and compatibility with apps. This is because it works in the same way that Windows 10's light and dark modes already work, so it's just baked in. Curtains comes with 15 built-in themes, with more available online. Shown in the image above is XP Luna, offering
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    Stardock Groupy 1.18

    Groupy allows you to combine several (or one) applications in one window with the ability to switch between them using tabs. To group programs in Groupy, just drag one window to another, and you can also add a program to a group from the menu in the tab bar, which lists all the applications that are currently running. Optionally, Groupy can automatically group windows of a single application or type. For programs that use standard Windows headers, the program from Stardock can combine them with the tab bar and then the combo boxes look quite native. To remove a window from a group,
  5. Windows 10 is not the perfect operating system for use with tablets, including Microsoft's own Surface Pro series. Stardock is introducing a solution today. Called TouchTasks, the app lets you set up various zones on your screen that serve as touch-centric shortcuts. There are a variety of different kinds of zones that you can set up as well. In the image above, it shows recent documents. There's also an app launcher that you can use, rather than the full-screen Start Menu that Microsoft provides, which only mirrors the tiles in your desktop Start Menu. "Us
  6. Stardock announces SoundPackager 10, lets you customize the Windows sound scheme Stardock announced the next-generation version of its Windows® sound scheme manager, SoundPackager 10 today. SoundPackager allows Windows users to instantly change the default sounds on their computer with themed sound schemes called sound packages. SoundPackager 10 adds cloud access to thousands of different sounds along with a number of all-new sound packages designed to give Windows users additional choices in how their PC sounds. Users can also create their own sound package
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     Stardock Fences 

    Automatically organize your desktop shortcuts and icons with Fences® Fences helps you organize your PC by automatically placing your shortcuts and icons into resizable shaded areas on your desktop called fences. Its many customization features are what make Fences the world's most popular Windows desktop enhancement. Site: https://dl.afree.ir Sharecode: /Theme/Stardock.Fences.3.0.9.afree.ir.zip Password:afree.ir
  8. Stardock announces Curtains, letting you add new styles to Windows 10 Today, Stardock announced Curtains, a new customization app for Windows 10. Working similarly to how Windows 10 applies light and dark themes, it lets you add use a variety of built-in styles, or you can create and share your own. The fact that it works similarly to how light and dark themes are applied is significant, because that's one of the key things that separates it from WindowBlinds. WindowBlinds works by taking over how the GUI draws windows, and a problem for modern devices is tha
  9. A first look at Stardock's SoundPackager tool for Windows Stardock launched SoundPackager, a new commercial program for Microsoft Windows devices designed to change the default sound scheme of the operating system. Windows comes with its own set of sounds that are enabled by default when it is installed. Some users prefer to mute the operating system as they find sounds distracting, others like sounds as they provide feedback on certain actions or inform the user about certain activities. Stardock SoundPackager is available as a free 30-day trial, as
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