|No, that's not a rude comment, but the name of a neat shareware enhancement
for Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0. If you use a program with a floating
toolbar (other than the Windows taskbar), you know how easy it is for the
toolbar to cover up the title bar of a program window. You can fix it by
dragging the toolbar away from the edge of the screen into a floating configuration,
then drag it back to the edge and dock it there. That will force the window
of a running program to snap into position so its title bar is not under
the toolbar. If a program is toolbar-aware, it shouldn't behave that way,
but many do, including all those in Microsoft Office.
The shareware program called Shove-It automatically pushes your windows into the proper position under a toolbar. Shove-It runs in the background and (accompanied by a sound effect that sounds like something being pushed into place) moves any misbehaving application out from underneath the toolbar. That's all it does, but it's effective and fast.
A company called Phord Software produces Shove-It and sells it for $15; easily a bargain for the added functionality. Contact them at Phord Software, 1463 Janice Court, Lilburn, GA 30247, Phil Hord - firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.phord.com