OuttaSight v3.2

OuttaSight allows you to hide any application window from your desktop. You can choose to hide it completely or minimize it as an icon to the system tray. The program also includes an auto-hide feature that lets you hide specific windows automatically whenever they appear. Additional features include hotkey operation (Boss Key) to hide selected or all windows, and an option to hide desktop components like the taskbar, start button, and more. (Please note: OuttaSight is designed for 98/NT, however, we tested it on XP and it worked fine, except for hiding of the Start button and system tray.)

[445K] [Win98/NT] [FREE] [SnapFiles]

Successful camouflage became an essential part of modern military tactics since the increase in accuracy and rate of fire of weapons at the end of the nineteenth century. The first recorded large-scale use of camouflage was during World War I. At the beginning of the war the French experienced heavy losses because the troops wore red trousers as part of their uniform. The French established a section de camouflage in 1915. The camouflage experts were, for the most part, painters, sculptors, theatre set artists and such. This led to a new horizon blue uniform and various camouflage paint schemes for trucks, guns and planes. Units of Camoufleurs who were artists, designers, or architects in civilian life were also largely used by the forces of the UK and the US and to a lesser extent by Germany (see, for example, Lozenge), Italy, and Russia. [Wikipedia]