A handy feature of Windows 10 is that by Shift+Right clicking a program's taskbar
icon I can choose 'Show all windows stacked'. But, taking IrfanView as an example, depending on the
state of all windows, the targets and others, it's rare that the stacked windows will all be immediately fully visible.

For example, with four IrfanView images open (in various states/positions/sizes) and from whatever I am doing, in whatever
program, here's what I want to see after issuing that stacking instruction:

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But here's a typical example of what I might see:

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Is there any way to ensure that my target windows all get 'top' status, (presumably in succession), so that nothing obscures any of them please?

Terry, East Grinstead, UK