Stardock Releases Fences 5

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Stardock released Fences 5, which is a major update to its Windows desktop organization software. Fences will solve “messy desktop” issues by automatically organizing Windows desktop icons, creating a clutter-free and productive workspace.

Fences 5 also introduces Chameleon– a Windows desktop icon enhancement that will blend with desktop icons into wallpaper. The icons will maintain their functionality even while running applications on Windows in the background and remain easily accessible.

With the new feature in Fences 5, it is now easier than ever to access Fence groups by keeping them on top with a single click. In addition, Fences 5 will also allow the ability to access Fence groups from the taskbar by adding an icon to the taskbar to access your desktop groups instantly.

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