Find the window you're looking for at a glance. If an application has more than one window, you'll know right away. Click that application to open the window menu, which allows you to bring any window or even just the application itself to focus. You can turn window grouping off, and all your individual windows will be shown right in uBar.
● Activity Mode - Hold the Control key to see CPU and Memory usage for Apps.
● Multi-monitor Support - If you have multiple monitors, uBar displays on the Primary Screen.
● App Badges - uBar displays red App badges that you can read.
● Spot Unresponsive Apps - Unresponsive Apps get a hatched red background.
● Drag and Drop - Drag folders and files onto Apps to launch them.
● uBar Menu - List Applications, System Preferences, and custom Apps and Folders.
● Favorites Area - Add your favorite apps, folders, and files to the favorites area.
● Clock Area - The clock area displays the day, date, and time.
● Hover Calendar - Hover over the clock area to display the Calendar.
● Expandable Rows - Drag the edge to expand uBar up to five rows in height.
● Themes - Set the theme to System (i.e. Automatic), Light, Dark, Platinum Neue, or Now Playing.
● Sizes - Set the size to Automatic, Large, or small.
● Pinning - Pin or unpin uBar to the left and right of the screen.
● Application Order - Show Applications by Launch, Alphabetical, or Manual Order. They can be excluded as well.
● Window Grouping - Set window grouping to Always, Never, or Automatic.
You can purchase uBar for $20 or download a trial from the link below.