A New Tool Forcefully Changes the Look and Behavior of a Window or a Control in Other Programs
A new handy and useful freeware tool changes the look and behavior of certain applications.
Today AutoClose releases the new handy freeware utility ForceToolkit V1.0, which provides a few functions forcibly modify the state of other program controls. This tool allows users to enable grey out buttons and checkboxes, hide windows and let them run in the background, make windows always on top, change titles, forcefully kill processes and close programs.
Through this useful tool, users can handily modify the way some application windows operate. ForceToolkit is quick to install, and making use of its functions comes naturally. For it to work, users just have to drag the cursor from its cursor box onto the window they want to adjust.
Using ForceToolkit on a third-party application worked smoothly. Users are able to change the window title, set it to always be on top, as well as force to hide, disable, or enable the targeted window. Applying the changes can be done either to the selected window, the entire program or to the object itself.
Aside from that, users are also able to forcefully change a preferred window size. The width and height values can be freely modified, and they can even redraw the object’s UI area.
ForceToolkit Features & Highlights
– Enable Grayed Out Disabled Buttons, Checkboxes and More Controls in Other Applications
– Force to Hit a Disabled Button
– Hide a Window or Program to Run it Invisible in the Background
– Hide Controls and Text in Other Applications
– Set Windows to Always on Top
– Forcefully Close Window in Other Programs
– Redraw / Refresh the UI of Other Programs
– Forcefully Kill the Process and Close the Program of an Application
– Change the Window Title
– Resize the Fixed Size Window
– Portable ZIP Version Available
Operation Systems: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10 / Windows 11 or later & Server (64/32 bit)
File Size: 1.3 MB