Mac: One of the benefits of being a cross-platform kind of person is that you get to use the best features of multiple operating systems in your workflow. Unfortunately, the ability to snap windows to the side of the screen and shake to minimise aren’t available in Mac OS, but iSnap is a utility that duplicates them on the Mac nicely.
Mac: Mission Control’s window organisation makes it a little easier to use than previous versions of Exposé, but seeing individual windows can be hard. Here’s a shortcut that can spread an app’s windows out so you can focus on one of them.
Lion’s resume feature can be pretty handy, but other times it opens a bunch of old windows when you least expect it. If you’re tired of apps opening up all the windows you had open last time, you can stop the app from remembering those windows next time with Command+Option+Q.
Windows: reSizer is a tiny utility that moves, resizes, repositions and tweaks the appearance of open applications and windows with keyboard commands and hotkeys. As long as the app is running, you don’t need to take your hands off the keyboard just to reposition one window next to another or change the transparency of the window on top.