Think

Think allows you to fullscreen every one of your applications. Because face it. This is an age where concentrating on a computer is difficult. If it’s not IM, it’s Twitter. Or E-mail. Or a number of other things that you just can’t help dividing your attention away from what you truly need to do. So quit it. Use Think to really think about what you need to do and get back to the one thing at a time scenario. Freeware for MacOSX.
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  • When you say full screen, does that mean that the program you are using is expanded to cover the entire surface or does think just cover what is on the desktop?
    I frequently jump from one program to another. Because I am not a good speller, I often use my computer dictionary while using my e-mail. I check information from my desktop when I want to check facts while blogging.
    Should I download think and then find out what it really does or can you explain it to me a little better.
    I clicked on the Think link but didn’t get my answer.

  • When you say full screen, does that mean that the program you are using is expanded to cover the entire surface or does think just cover what is on the desktop?
    I frequently jump from one program to another. Because I am not a good speller, I often use my computer dictionary while using my e-mail. I check information from my desktop when I want to check facts while blogging.
    Should I download think and then find out what it really does or can you explain it to me a little better.
    I clicked on the Think link but didn’t get my answer.

  • It basically fullscreens your application and covers up your desktop. So whatever your primary application you’re working on, that’s the only thing that you see.
    You can allow guest applications above the backdrop.
    Think of it as a filter that is placed between your application and the rest of your computer. Anything above the filter is shown, anything below it is not shown.

  • darkmoon

    It basically fullscreens your application and covers up your desktop. So whatever your primary application you’re working on, that’s the only thing that you see.
    You can allow guest applications above the backdrop.
    Think of it as a filter that is placed between your application and the rest of your computer. Anything above the filter is shown, anything below it is not shown.

  • Thanks. I think I understand now.

  • Thanks. I think I understand now.