WinDock Customises Snapping Sizes And Locations In Windows

WinDock Customises Snapping Sizes And Locations In Windows

Windows: Most Windows users are aware of the built-in “snapping” tools that let you drag a window to the edge of a screen and snap it into a predefined shape. WinDock lets you go a few steps further, customising window sized based on your own needs.

The app is relatively easy to use. First, you define an area or hotspot to trigger a particular window snap (you can choose a corner, edge or custom area), and then choose the size that the window should snap to when dragged there. WinDock can remember a number of different configurations, which should make it super easy to quickly place your windows where you want.

WinDock [via AddictiveTips]

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  • How does one get Apple’s apps – iTunes and Quicktime Player to obey these – or any other Windows UI practices?

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