Win-Res-Q (read 鈥渨in rescue鈥? is a simple utility that restores (shows) hidden windows. It can be used for bringing back your 鈥渓ost鈥?applications after their taskbar icons disappear following Explorer crashes that abundantly occur on Windows 98. It鈥檚 also useful for exposing strange, hidden windows lurking around your desktop. This was one of the first Windows applications that I had written using Delphi. I forgot exactly when I wrote it but the file date hints that it鈥檚 around August 1998. Back then, I was still using the nickname 鈥淗eaT鈥?and I also thought that splash screens were cool. When you launch the program, an annoying splash screen pops up with the name 鈥淗eaT鈥?on it . It automatically goes away after a few seconds or as soon as you click on it. An installer is not available since it鈥檚 only a single executable (and I was lazy). You should be cautious when getting weird system windows shown since it might not be possible to re-hide them unless you restart Windows.