Wednesday, November 23, 2011

GridMove: Automatically Resize App Windows To Adjust Their Positions On Screen

When working on a computer, it’s common for a lot of users to keep two or three desktop windows open at a time. Switching between windows can be irritating specially when you have to compare contents of two windows. GridMove is a desktop window manager that lets you quickly resize windows by dragging them to the sides of your computer screen. It creates a visual grid on your computer screen, making it easy for you to snap and resize windows. It is particularly useful for users who have large screens, and usually keep two or more than two desktop windows open at the same time. With multi-monitor support, predefined resizing templates allow you to maximize the useable space of your monitor.
The application runs in the system tray and you can switch between different templates by right-clicking its system tray icon and selecting Templates. You can choose Templates such as 2-Part Horizontal, 2-Part Vertical, 3-Part, 4-Part etc.
GridMove Templates
The Options window enables you to toggle options such as Safe Mode, Show Grid, Show Numbers On Grid, Use Drag On Window Title Method etc. The application comes with hotkey support to quickly organize your windows. The following screenshot was taken while using a 3-Part template.
GridMove
To access the complete list of options, right-click the application’s system tray icon and select About/Help. GridMove works on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
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