Some Windows Applications doesn’t offer an option to make itself topmost , that is to keep it above all other windows , with Windows Topmost control you can add this feature to any. There are situation that you need this feature, for example when you are monitoring a process window or you are watching a live video feed while doing something else, application doesn’t have a GUI , Once it’s running you can see the Windows TopMost Control icon in your system tray, if you right click it you can see the program Options , under Windows you will find the List of Open windows , To make any Window topmost just click on it – in menu list marked item is topmost.
What is New (Tuesday, February 11th, 2020)
1. [ ADDED ] – Topmost settings can be saved and applied after restart
2. [ ADDED ] – Option to create a shortcut to the desktop and startup
3. [ ADDED ] – Option to change keyboard shortcut
4. [ ADDED ] – x64 version
If you don’t want to use tray menu , you can use the Ctrl + Alt + Space shortcut to lock your currently selected window to the top level of your screen . Now, even if you focus on another window, this application will always stay on top , To unlock it , just select it again and use the same shortcut or you can right click it’s taskbar icon and untick the program name under the windows. To access the options , right click on the software icon on the desktop and select “Options”, you will see the following screen.
As you see You can customize the software according to your needs.Windows TopMost Control supports Command line options, here is the list of Parameters:
To make a window always on Top you have 4 Options :
1. Select a Window and double click to Windows TopMost Control icon in system tray
2. Select a Window and use Ctrl + Alt + Space Keyboard shortcuts
3. Use Windows TopMost Control “Windows List” in system tray menu
4. Use a Cmd Parameter
With your suggestions We can add it extra features and develop it further.
Supported operating systems: Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 , Windows 8 , Windows 7 , Windows Vista , Windows Xp – (x86 & x64)
File: TopMost_x64.exe – Virustotal
File: TopMost.exe – Virustotal