HeldUp is the easiEST way to stop windows from disappearing behind other programs. HWND_TOPMOST is a special Windows setting for positioning a program above all others on your Windows Desktop. Every programmer learns about this setting when they begin learning Windows programming, and some use it in their own software to help the user control Windows. However, even though this is an easy feature to add to your own software, there are few utilities which allow the user to control this for any open program, and none which allow the user to do this quicker and more easily than HeldUp. HeldUp allows you to drag the HeldUp icon onto the software you want to Keep On Top. It doesn't get much easier than that! HeldUp is small. It's written in C++ without any resource hungry components which means that HeldUp is using as little system resources as possible. The entire application is less than 70kb and will probably be one of the smallest programs on your PC. Examples of where HeldUp might be useful: 1. Keep a calculator program on top, while preparing an invoice. 2. Keep the Windows CharMap utility on top, while writing a foreign language document. 3. Hold up NotePad to make notes while you browse the internet or read technical documents. 4. Keeping directory software on top while you manually enter data from it. 5. Keep online streaming video on top while you do work in the background. 6. Keep your to do list visible so you don't lose track of your priorities. 7. You could even keep pictures of your kids visible at all times.