TaskLayout is a portable liteware Windows utility which allows to save and restore desktop layout(a set of specified apps/windows with corresponding positions on the screen) in a single click/hotkey. - save active desktop layout(list of running applications, corresponding window positions, etc) - specify any custom commands as a part of layout(e.g. "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org", sleep windows, etc) - use commands library to select command from a set of standard ones - import BAT files/Windows shortcuts for fast migration - explore visible windows with Finder tool(retrieve command line and other properties) - assign hotkeys to restore/close layout - autorun for periodic actions(e.g. lock Windows every 1 hour to have a break) - sequential application startup for slow computers when restoring layout - check updates from website - installation is not required
What is new in this release:
Version 0.5.3.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What is new in version 0.5.0.3:
Version 0.5.0.3 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What is new in version 0.3.1:
Version 0.3.1 added window settings editor with runtime adjustment support; added window finder tool to allow user to pick up window settings on-fly; improved layout editor(add, remove, edit, move up, move down, show); fixed bug: PDF files were not properly restored fixed bug: VirtualBox running machines were not properly restored; fixed multiple UI bugs.
What is new in version 0.3.0.0:
- added Settings dialog with a set of general options - added "open/pickup shell folders"-option - added "Run apps after each other"-option - added "Close shell folders"-option - added "Run layout editor"-option - added "autorun on startup"-option - added hotkey assignment for layouts - added Layouts list for fast and easy management - fixed bug when layout is not properly applied if it was created after Windows Explorer has crashed and later restarted - added multiple improvements/bugfixes
Loading of layout files is disabled