Window manager tool
It's Fancy Zones, but with less ease-of-use and more keyboard.
- Get yourself the .NET framework 2.0 or up (Hint: You probably already have this)
- Set up
zones.txt(run the program once, it'll make a
zones.txtnext to itself, then edit it to your liking)
- Restart it (kill it in Task Manager then run it again)
- Use the following keybinds:
- Windows + NumpadPeriod to show all zones for your current preset
- Windows + NumpadPlus to attach the currently active window to the zone your cursor is pointing to
- Windows + Numpad0 - Numpad9 to change preset
Note: WindowSmasher is beta software and may smash other things, like windows it shouldn't, your lunch money, or the side of your PC case. Use with caution.