Focus on applications in Mac OS X with Isolator

Isolator Focus on applications in Mac OS X with Isolator
All us Mac OS X users know that it can sometimes get confusing and be hard to concentrate when we have a lot of windows open. To prevent this confusion we can use Isolator. With Isolator you can activate it and disable it as you like by click the icon in the menubar or using the shortcut key command + I.

Isolator allows you to concentrate on the frontmost window and you can either blur the other windows in the background or overlay another color.

Isolator is a Mac OS X only application and is free.

You can find more information and download it from here

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