Taekwindow Adds Linux-Style Window Handling To Windows

Windows only: Taekwindow adds several key features found in the X-Windows based interfaces common to several popular Linux distros. Resize, move, and manipulate with this portable application. After running Taekwindow you will be able to move windows from anywhere within the window, instead of having to grab the title bar. By holding ALT+left mouse button anywhere on a window you can move it; if you have multiple monitors, you can grab maximised windows to move without re-sizing. ALT+right mouse button allows you to drag the mouse to resize the window, and middle-clicking the title bar of an application pushes it to the background. Like previously reviewed WizMouse., Taekwindow enables the use of the scroll wheel on whatever window the mouse cursor is over, not just the window in focus. All in all, it's a nice package of mouse tools for anyone disgruntled by window herding. Taekwindow is freeware, Windows only and requires .NET Framework 2.0 and above. Thanks LethAL!


    Amazing app. Just work!! Before I used to use "KDE Mover-Sizer" + "KatMouse". This app does it all together, and works pretty well, even under VirtualBox.

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