Today, Stardock released their popular utility app, Groupy, on Steam. Groupy brings browser-like tabs to your Windows applications - from Microsoft Office programs, all the way to Adobe Photoshop or Premiere, and more. Groupy lets Windows users group their desktop windows together in tabbed groups as easily as browsers group websites together.
Groupy takes programs, web browsers, File Explorer windows, and much more, and puts them into tabbed groups right on the Windows desktop. Just like modern web browsers group websites together, users can do that with all of the apps on their desktops, making for a cleaner and more efficient experience.
"Windows users get the experience they’ve been waiting for with Groupy," said Angela Marshall, General Manager of Stardock Software. "Users have become accustomed to organizing their browsing experience with tabs, so it makes sense to bring this functionality to the rest of Microsoft Windows."
Groupy works on Windows 10, 8, and 7. Once installed, creating groups with the app is simple: users can drag a window to another window, where they will combine into a single window, with tabs showing in the title bar. To ungroup, users simply drag the tab off the group.
Create saved groups of apps and sort tabs by task or function easily. For example, open multiple web browsers, all in one set of tabs, or Office applications like Excel and Word, all in a single, easy-to-use window.
Once a group is created, quickly switch between different windows using a hotkey or clicking on the tab. Groupy can automatically add launched programs into an existing tab group. Groupy is the feature that’s been lacking in the Windows experience. Groupy is available for $4.99 on Steam.
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