WinSplit Revolution is a small utility which allows you to easily organize your open windows by tiling, resizing and positioning them to make the best use of your deskto...
What is WinSplit Revolution?
WinSplit Revolution is a small utility which allows you to easily organize your open windows by tiling, resizing and positioning them to make the best use of your desktop real estate.
The official website is no longer available. Last version, 11.04, was released on April 12, 2011 and it can't be downloaded anymore
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- paganel added WinSplit Revolution as alternative(s) to altdrag
- pandaM3CH4 added Grid layout as a feature to WinSplit Revolutionpa
- pandaM3CH4 reviewed WinSplit RevolutionpaLightweight, easy. Not developed recently, but still quickly customizable and gets my windows where they need to go using the 3-by-3 grid of Q to Z and Q to E.
Everytime you end up on a system with lots of windows open, trying to manage your increasingly complex work, look for WinSplit. The program may or may not work on computers past Windows 7, but it definitely works fine under 64bit.
Portable, easy to setup, and customizable, WinSplit rewards a little effort to configure. I'm so sorry the developers stepped away from this program. I would have happily put down money on a commercial version.
Top features include the small, visual control that can easily be used with a mouse when you don't have your hands on the keyboard. Also, the ability to completely configure the size and location of windows using x-y coordinates and percentages. Lastly, the ability to assign multiple positions to the same shortcuts, and be able to cycle through them is brilliant.
Only problem is may system windows in Windows 8 don't seem to work, and the app hasn't been updated in some time.
Lightweight, easy. Not developed recently, but still quickly customizable and gets my windows where they need to go using the 3-by-3 grid of Q to Z and Q to E.
Pretty good, though development has stopped. You should not this has a serious bug. If you hit Ctrl+Alt+C it will close all your windows and attempt to shutdown your computer. This is easy to do by accident if you're quickly Alt+Tabbing between windows and copying and pasting. You'll want to go into "Hotkey settings" and disable "Close all windows" once you install this.
Yes, technically it is a feature. But the likelihood of accidentally doing this is pretty high, and the consequences are bad, which in my book makes it a bug.
I absolutely love this, wish I would have found it sooner.