I need a program that would limit the size of the maximization of the windows ,so that the dock can always be displayed.
I found one in google but lost it.
I think it was something astarting with Shell....
Im sorry if there is a mistake in the matter, grammar or spelling.
I use to use hawkeye (before I switched to Linux) - It can be a little volatile, but you're best bet is to just make a short cut to the file in your dock or something so you can quickly reopen it if it does decide to close. I found WindowsFX to be a bit dodgy, it kept maximising the screen and it would move underneath all the taskbar at the top. May have just been me though..
If you download and install Finderbar Add-On for Windows Taskbar (http//:landvermesser.tripod.com), then included in the help file is a tutorial on how to create an "invsible toolbar" (called BottomPanel or something of that sort) which you place on the bottom of your desktop where the dock is and you are able to hide it using a tool found in View>Options on the Finderbar. Hiding the toolbar will allow your dock to show thorugh and windows to maximize only to the point where the hidden bar is. The drawbacks to that are that you have to have Finderbar open and that the process of doing this is very messy.