The program claims a portable version, but only works with 3 tabs PER WINDOW in the free version. For my particular setup, there are about 7 LibreOffice windows open at any one time (most are hidden under Minime). I can stack 3 under a loose subheading of projects another 3 under administrative. Unfortunately, I didn't get very far with this application just because I needed it to do something specific and I got frustrated when it didn't do what I wanted. Doesn't mean it's not portable or worthwhile, just that I have a short attention span on that particular topic. Stashing this under "discussion" for now.Softpedia Synopsis wrote:WindowTabs is an application designed to improve the management of desktop applications through customizable tabs. The application allows you to add tabs to programs so that their windows are grouped together for you to access them easier.
Notes from testing:
I would disable "Run WindowTabs" at start up in the Settings - Behavior tab. I also disabled "enable all tabs for all programs by default" and then checked the boxes under programs I wanted to combine in the "Programs" tab.
http://www.softpedia.com/get/PORTABLE-S ... able.shtml
http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/window ... interface/
Edit: appears to write settings to WindowTabsSettings.txt but didn't test for portability.
[This program was first mentioned here http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=1329#comment15530]