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You can get it from Windows Store. It is easy to configure and use. It works on both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 10. It is entirely free to use. Click on the below-given download button to start downloading Tiny Hot Corners Full Crack and the installation process is now ready to begin. Tiny Hot Corners can be used on computers running Windows 10 only. However, if you are running Windows 7, you need to have the minimum of.NET Framework 4.5 installed in your machine. Click here to download this installer. Here is a screenshot of Tiny Hot Corners on Windows 10. Vitals Number of Installations : 6.5 Million+ Operating System : Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 7 Requirement : Run on 32-bit/64-bit Windows systems. No prerequisites. System Requirements : Windows 10 (64-bit) MS.NET Framework 4.5 1 GB RAM 1 GB of available hard-disk space How to use Tiny Hot Corners The first thing you need to do to make Tiny Hot Corners work is to install the application. Once you are done installing it, you can launch the application by right clicking on it and selecting the Start Tiny Hot Corners from the context menu. Tiny Hot Corners will display an overview of your currently running windows on the left side panel as shown in the image below. While you are looking at the list of currently running windows, you can use the tabs on the top to either navigate through your activities, or create a new desktop. To navigate through your activities, simply click on the tabs at the top of the window. To create new desktops, click on the plus button, which is present in the center of the window. This is how the panels of Tiny Hot Corners work. You can also rearrange the window by simply dragging the tabs into a desired position. You can see a demo of the same on the following video. When you are done with your windows, click on the Close button on the top right-hand corner. This is how you close the window. Tiny Hot Corners Screenshots See Also: Tiny Hot Corners Review If you are using Tiny Hot Corners on Windows 10,




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