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Fences 3.05

By Stardock  (Commercial Trial)
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Fences is a program that helps you organize your desktop, and can hide your icons when they're not in use. A "Fence", a term coined by this program, is an icon group on your desktop. Fences is an add-on to your desktop, not a replacement.

  • Rope off your desktop
    Fences allows you to create shaded areas on your desktop that you can place icons in. You can label them however you wish, and move/resize them anywhere on the desktop. Pre-included layouts help speed the process for new users.
  • See your wallpaper again! Quickly hide & show all your icons with an easy double-click
    Double click blank space on your desktop, and all your icons will fade out. Double click again, and they’ll return. We think this feature is so useful and unique, that we’ve applied for a patent on it. You can even pick icons and individual Fences to exclude!

No longer free since v2.00

Title: Fences 3.05
Filename: Fences_3.05_setup.exe
File size: 11.78MB (12,348,008 bytes)
Requirements: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Commercial Trial
Date added: July 27, 2017
Author: Stardock
www.stardock.com
MD5 Checksum: 640D64B7ABDCC5281DD797DBAC42E1B1

FEATURE: Added simplified Chinese Localization.
UPDATE: Heuristic improvements (icons go where they should go and shouldn't fall out of fences).
UPDATE: Improved start process (users were having to right-click on desktop to show Fences).
UPDATE: Fixed Folder Portal spacing for Windows 10 Insider Redstone-3 Fast Track, spacing logic tweak for RS2.
UPDATE: Improved bug reporting.
FIX: Fixed issue where drag/drop into a roll-up fence failed.
FIX: Fixed issue where hidden icons would save excessively during mousedown events.
FIX: Fences could crash while performing activities such as switching monitors, resizing desktop area, initial startup.

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