Have you ever wished that one of your application windows could stay afloat on top of other apps while you work? Personally, I often like to watch YouTube while I work, but the YouTube window always gets lost beneath other app windows. For a while I have wished for a way to keep the YouTube window on top of all my other windows, and finally there is a way to do that – at least if you’re a Snow Leopard or Leopard user. Afloat is a free download that lets you keep specific windows afloat on top of all other windows. On top of that, Afloat will also let you pin certain windows to the desktop, resize windows from anywhere (not just the corner), show a window’s file in the Finder with nothing more than your keyboard, and turn a window into an “overlay” on your screen that doesn’t hinder your work. I’ve tried it myself and so far, so good. The Afloat download also comes with a PDF that outlines all the steps you need to get and up running in just a few moments.