I've been using WindowBlinds on Windows 10 for awhile now, on two other machines. The first machine was a Surface laptop, the second was a desktop machine which had been upgraded from Windows 7 Pro previously. Neither of them exhibited the issue that I'm seeing here...
Details on my system:
WindowsBlinds 10.84 (059 - Windows 10 Edition)
Windows 10 Build 19042
A couple of days ago, I replaced motherboard/cpu/memory/cpu_cooler on my desktop machine, and did a clean install of Windows 10.
I then installed WindowBlinds (downloading the installer directly from Stardock, rather than using an old copy). I activated my copy, then deleted the WB activation for the old motherboard. Then proceeded to re-install all my themes, which went fine.
The quirk I'm experiencing is this: two programs that I use regularly, are handling minimize wrong...
In fact, when I click minimize, they minimize to the system tray instead of just minimizing to the taskbar. Then, if I click the icon on the taskbar, instead of restoring the current app, Windows launches a new copy of the program!!
If I tell WindowBlinds "Ignore this application and do not skin it", that solves the problem and they work fine... but I *really* don't want to do that!! Has anyone seen anything like this before? Any idea how I can resolve it??
The two programs which are doing this 'minimize to system tray' trick are CubicExplorer and ConsoleZ...