The Mac OS X expose feature has been famous among Mac users since its introduction in 2003 with Mac OS X 10.3. This feature enables users to quickly perform tasks by moving their mouse pointer to any of the four corners of the desktop. Hovering the mouse towards each corner performs a specific task, such as locating an open window, hiding all windows, display all active windows and showing the desktop.
Win7Se is a portable application that brings the Mac OS X Expose feature to Windows 7 and Windows 8. It provides a number handy options, which can be enabled for performing common tasks by hovering the mouse to a corner of the desktop.
Just launch the portable EXE file and go to Settings from the system tray menu.
Win7Se settings allow configuring a function to be performed for each of the four corners of the desktop. For example, you can select the screen saver to be enabled or the desktop to be displayed when you hover your mouse to a corner of the desktop (such as the top right/left or bottom right/left corner). The available options include Desktop, Fast Switch, Start Screen, Dashboard, Screen Saver, Put display to sleep and All windows.
For example, you can enable viewing all active windows when you hover your mouse to the top right corner of your desktop screen.
- Run at Windows logon
- Shows the Alt+Tab Switcher by moving the mouse cursor to any of the following
hot spots Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left and/or Bottom Right user choice
- Switch between the last applications
- View desktop icons on top of any app (with the exception of full screen/ DirectX/OpenGL)
- View windows’ gadgets on top of any app
- View screen saver
- Disable screen saver
- Turn off monitor
- Enable/disable Aero Peek
Win7Se works on the following Windows operating systems:
- Windows 7
- Windows 8