Auto-Swtich Taskbar (ASTb) is an open-source free utility that automatically hides or shows the taskbar on Windows 10 depending on tablet mode and orientation.
Windows modifies a registry value whenever Tablet Mode is activated or deactivated. This modification is often made after significant delay, in the magnitude of several hundred milliseconds. Because this delay seems to vary between different devices, starting with version 1.1, Tablet Mode detection is conducted through a "reverse mode" by default—when ASTb detects a change in Tablet setting, it assumes that Windows has yet to change the corresponding registry value, and thus the value means the opposite of what it suppose to be.
The reverse mode should work well in practice, but if you prefer you can switch back to the old method by specifying the delay before ASTb read the registry value. A delay of 500ms should work in most cases.
|1.2||-||Detect screen orientation and tablet mode when resuming from sleep.|
|1.1||-||Allow change in tablet mode detection.|
Uses the Playstation Move controller as a multi-function Windows controller. Features include:
MOVEpoint is based on moveframework, an open-source Windows interface for the Move controller, with the same requirements:
Mouse Pointer Mover was developed for the original Samsung Q1 UMPC, converting its built-in keyboard arrow keys to mouse movement.
Executable and source: v188.8.131.52
NumPad is an on-screen keyboard designed back in the days when Windows did not have one built in.
Executable and source: v184.108.40.206
BlokSet is a software providing several ways of limiting how much time one can spend on MMORPG's, or any software in general. It is developed for Chapter 2 of my doctoral thesis, and should be viewed as a proof of concept rather than a full-fledged product.
This version does not contain the monitoring software used in the research study.