If you rely on video tutorials to help you do your job, then chances are you’ve had to resize your windows so you can work and watch your video at the same time. Having a smaller workspace to do whatever it is you need to do is not only hard, but it’s also extremely inconvenient.
While you could buy a bigger monitor, or set up multiple desktops, another alternative is VideoGhost.
It’s a nifty piece of software that streams videos behind the active windows in the foreground. You can set it to a specific transparency level so you can run your usual programs at full-size while watching the video at the same time. It might take a while to get used to the overlapping windows, but at least you’ll be able to go back to working on a full screen again.
VideoGhost’s applications aren’t limited to streaming tutorials, either. Everyone who multitasks or watches videos while working on something else will most likely find this pretty useful.
You can download VideoGhost here.
There are a bunch of other useful Windows downloads on the Download.com site that you can check out as well. You might find it to be a valuable resource since most of them feature tools, plug-ins, and apps that help you accomplish certain tasks on your computer that might take a while longer if you didn’t have them installed.