Some applications allow the program interface window holder to always float on the screen or other applications, it is usually always on top. By default, Windows does not support this feature, but if you want, you can use a third-party utility. It’s DeskPins.
DeskPins has an option to start with Windows in the installer, uncheck it Start DeskPins with Windows if you do not want the program to run with the system.
After installation is complete, open DeskPins. It will hide in the system tray. To set a window to always float, do the following.
– You open the application window you want to stay floating.
– You click on the DeskPins pin icon or right-click > select Enter pin mode.
– The mouse pointer will turn into a white pin, click on the title bar of the application window.
Thus, the window will be pinned (floating) on the screen, and the pin icon turns red (located to the left of the button). Minimize). You can press the . key Ctrl + F11 to enable the feature and press next Ctrl + F12 perform pinning.
Although the window floats on the desktop and on other apps, you can still minimize it to the taskbar. In addition, you can pin to many other application windows. And when you want to unpin, click on the red pin icon, or press Ctrl + F12 or right-click the DeskPins icon > select Remove all pins to remove all ghmi.
In section Options of the program, you can set the number of mouse clicks to activate the feature, the color of the icon when pinning (Pins), pre-select auto-pin app (Autopin), shortcut settings (Hotkeys). After each setting, remember to press OK save.
If you choose Autopin, you press Add > put description (name) at description > drag the circle to the app you want to pin > press OK > OK.
Note: The developer stopped updating DeskPins for a long time, so the program has some unresolved bugs. For example, the pinned icon doesn’t show up on system apps, so try opening another app to check.