How To Make A Window Stay Always On Top in Windows 7


The tool was developed originally for Windows 2000, but works quite well in all other versions, including Windows 7. However, because of the new task bar in Windows 7 that doesn’t have Window options, the only way to make it work is to use the top frame of the Window. Just right-click and pick one of the three extra options.

And here is what the Live Writer looks like when the Transparency was set to 40%, with the big green leaf as the wallpaper at the background.

That’s it, and enjoy.
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