Stardock Groupy 1.30 is a program for combining several (or one) applications in one window with the ability to switch between them using tabs. To group programs in Groupy, just drag one window to another window, and you can add the program to the group from the menu in the tab bar, which lists all the applications that are running. Optionally, Groupy can and automatically group windows from one application or type. For programs that use standard Windows window titles, programs from Stardock can combine them with the tab bar and then the merge window looks pretty original. To remove a window from a group, just drag the tab outside the public window, like in any browser, for example. You can switch between tabs using the mouse or Win + ~ keyboard shortcuts. File drag and drop are supported between tabs, which might be very convenient in Explorer.
In Groupy settings, you can choose colors for tabs and widths, configure the appearance of the control buttons, program icons, and text in their headers, eliminating unnecessary visual “junk”. In addition, there you can activate window grouping options only when the additional buttons are pressed (Shift or Ctrl), use the same options when dragging tabs, and activate the tab closure function by clicking the middle mouse. The ability to set exceptions – specify applications that cannot be grouped, and about tools for managing applications that are grouped automatically – you can refuse to automatically group windows from the program in the settings panel.