GUIPropView is a new utility that displays extensive information about all windows currently opened on your system. The upper pane of GUIPropView displays all top level windows, and when you select a window in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the list of all child windows of the selected top level window.  You can also select one or more windows and then do some actions on them like close, hide, show, minimize, maximize, disable, enable, and so on…



GUIPropView is a replacement for my very old WinLister utility and you can download it from this Web page.


  1. Dennis Bareis says:

    I don’t know if you read your emails or just don’t have time to respond but will try commenting on your blog…

    This comes in a 32 or 64 bit version. For EACH of your programs can you please clarify in their documentation whether on a 64 bit system:

    * you need to run both 32 & 64 bit versions to capture all information
    * The 64 bit version captures more or is just “better” in some way.
    * The 32 bit version will do everything the 64 bit version does (if so why have a 64 bit version?).


  2. Laurent says:

    Another fine and useful utility. Thanks 🙂

    By the way, I’m interested by an answer too to the question of Dennis as I’m wondering about that too.

  3. Amy says:

    I just want to say thank you for the many many many years I’ve been using your superb utilities. I hope to be able to make a donation in future (not that it would be an adequate thank you) when I (hopefully) find a job. All best wishes, Amy

  4. ZEE says:


    One more great tool… 😉

  5. ZEE says:


    When using from command line how do I send the output to the console… (not to a file)

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