Windows 10 Some windows are always "on top" when I don't want to

I am having problem with the Win 10 windows management. Sometimes when I am with more softwares in open, I click on the other windows of another software and it is not shown, keeping the previous windows on top still, in other words, the other windows would open in background. I have searched about this problem and a lot of people had the same one including on old Windows versions.
What could I do to fix it?


Windows Forum Team
Staff member
Microsoft .NET programming has a "Always On Top" feature that can be built into the application if the software developer didn't include a way to toggle that off, you may be able to patch it out with ACT, but it's not a novice procedure. Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) (Windows)

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