Radically faster & simpler window switcher
Switch with one click
An auto-hiding sidebar shows your windows organized in groups. It’s basically a Dock — for your windows.
Expands when you hover your cursor over it.
To switch to a window click its title.
Reorder groups or windows by dragging them up or down.
Swipe towards the edge of the screen to hide it.
Switch with a gesture
You do not even need to move the cursor all the way to the sidebar!
Put your finger on the top-edge of the trackpad and slide it down. The sidebar will expand (or the panel will show depending on your preferences) and the selection on it will move down.
Lift your finger to bring the selected window forward.
Switch with a better Cmd+Tab
Cmd+Tab switcher fails for applications with multiple windows, right? — so we built a better one that lets you switch to individual windows directly.
Press Command+Tab to show panel with windows listed in order they were used.
Tab selects next window and Shift+Tab selects previous window in the list.
Release Command to bring selected window to front.
Switch with a keystroke
Love keyboard shortcuts? Then you will love this. Switch to your frequently used windows like you type — without even thinking about it.
Press Command+<window number>.
No step 3.
Switch with search
Yup, we got this too. Perfect for infrequently used windows.
Press Control+Space to show panel in search mode.
Type a few characters from application name or window title.
Move selection up or down with arrow keys.
Press Enter to bring selected window to front.
What else does Contexts do?
Works with multiple displays.
Tracks applications which do not have open windows.
Shows Dock icon counts.
Has shortcuts to re-order groups and windows
Has shortcuts to quit & hide applications and close & minimize windows.
Intel, 64-bit processor
OS X 10.10 or later