"Great app. Works better and smoother than Cinch, as well as a much nicer resize window graphics, along with more options. Don't hesitate to pick this over the rest, this is definitely the best in it's class."
"After switching back to the Mac from Windows 7,1 kept finding myself trying to move a window to the side and have it snap into place. This brings that same functionality to OS X and more! Fantastic little application."
"So easy to use, my 7yr old boy knows how to work this app. This application has all the features I needed to manage Windows perfectly as I work through my day. Saves time, and productivity with such a small price to pay. Most deffinatly one of the best window manager you can buy, hands down I would recommend to all."
Window Manager comes with 7 pre-defined dragging actions by defining the left, right, top edges of your screen as 'hot zones'. When you drag a window to the edge of the screen with Window Manager installed, the window will auto-resize to fill a specific area of the screen. Depending on where you drag a window, you can make it expand vertically, take up the entire screen, or appear side-by-side with another window.
If you need even more than those standard screen splitting areas, Window Manager also allows you to quickly and efficiently divide your screen into exact portions. All you have to do is click and drag within the display grid interface to select the area that you’d like your window(s) to occupy; your windows will then be resized and moved to that relative position on your screen. If that’s too much for you, you can create shortcuts instead that to automatically resize and move your window.
If dragging doesn’t float your boat, Window Manager is also accessible through easy to remember and customizable keyboard shortcuts. You can simply highlight the windows and use the menu bar shortcut or keyboard shortcut to instantly split screen to a specific location on your Mac.
The function and appearance of Window Manager are highly customizable to streamline your individual workflow.
Safari, Chrome, Keynote, Pages, it doesn't matter, Window Manager works with almost every application, only some apps with non-standard windows can't be supported.
Organization is key when it comes to split screen on Mac. Window Manager is a menu bar access that works with no compromise on stability and performance. It uses very little memory and nearly no CPU. Also it is clean, easy to install and easy to uninstall.
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