What is Digital Clock in Foreground and what is Always Foreground Forced?
Justified question about the differences between putting in the foreground and forced into the foreground on MS Windows 11, 10, ... etc.!
PS: Was a request from a gamer who always wants to keep an eye on the clock while playing games on Windows 11, 10, ... etc.!
Always in the foreground + Forced!
If the digital clock with the standard mode is in the foreground, then it remains in the foreground, in foreground + forced the clock in the foreground is a little more intense in the query and even moves in Front of the screen saver, 3D games and other apps and programs
Only on the desktop + forced!
If the clock is in the standard background mode, it will only show itself on the wallpaper in the background, with Onlyon desktop + forced, the digital clock is also a little more intense and always moves into the desktop background!
Here is a simple example! (Is available from version 3.11)
The digital clock even moves in front of the selection field of the combo box under MS Windows 10, but also on all other MS desktop and server OS!