Too many windows opened at the same time will overcrowd your desktop and in the end your PC will start to stutter thanks to its loss of hardware resources. To recover from this situation, you have to start close all the unnecessary windows until you reach the optimum state of functionality.
But you can overpass this manual procedure by installing a little utility that will help you in closing all windows. Close all Windows is a small program, which resides in the system tray and can be activated by a simple click or by a fast hotkey. By just a single click on it, the utility will close all the opened windows, bringing your system to its initial state.
But what if you still need some apps to run? Close all Windows can be customized to close only the windows that you want. All you have to do is to enter the wanted programs in the block-list. From no one, all the apps in the block-list will be skipped by the utility.
Besides its main function, Close all Windows can also clean your clipboard from unwanted formats in your text. A very useful feature especially when you copy a text from an Microsoft Office document into a HTML editor.
Text-Hotkeys is another useful feature that lets you predefine texts and use them very fast in case you need them repeatedly in a context. You can define up to 28 Text-Hotkeys with your own text.