Multitasking on windows becomes quite cumbersome especially when not using dual screens. Regardless of that, switching from one app to the other by hovering to and fro the taskbar to resume an activity becomes tiring at a point in time.
How Groupy Works
Stardock has released an incredible tool, Groupy. This utility tool addresses the issue by allowing you to group entirely separate programs, or multiple instances of the same program, into a single desktop window. This is to say, it’s similar to how a web browser manages web pages in similar tabs but in this case, it’s for apps.
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Once Installed, you can combine two windows to become one window by dragging an app unto the other.
Groupy is compatible with Windows 7,8 and 10. You can find more about Groupy by visiting here.