WinTabs is a little program that makes it easier to access multiple documents while using various Windows programs. It adds to the caption bar a series of tabs, each representing an open document. With each new document you open, a new tab is added. To change active document, you only have to click on the document tab. WinTabs itself runs as a convenient icon in the System Tray area of the Windows taskbar. Ample documentation is included, together with full support for installation and uninstallation.
Small and swift!
WinTabs is distributed as a single file. Just download and run it and it will install itself. WinTabs is small - just a 285 KB. Even when installed it won't clutter your disk but will stay in one file. And it is easy to uninstall, either from Control Panel or from the program itself. Uninstallation is complete and can in no way harm other programs (see the Documentation page for more details).
No time limitation!
You can use WinTabs for as long as you want. There is no time limitation built into program. In unregistered version, however, only some plugins are fully functional.
To fully activate all plugins, you have to register WinTabs. Registration also provides you with fast support through e-mail and free lifetime upgrades.
I cannot give away full source because WinTabs is built with some commercial components. I have, however, prepared simplified version called WordTabs, containing only support for Word (97 and 2000) and without user interface visual niceties. WordTabs source code is distributed under Open Source license. You will need Delphi 4 to compile it.
WordTabs is completely free for any use. You can download it from the Files page.
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|Last update: 2009-12-13|