i notice that 'alt+tab' and taskbar click sometimes works and sometimes does something unexpected.
other than that, i must say i'm very impressed with how it's behaving.
i can already see when laying out two large windows side by side it is good to navigate between them using dragging instead of alt+tabbing as you would normally. like if you are coding in one window and checking something in the next window. it is pretty much like using dual monitors.
i think this must be because there are a lot more visual references for your eyes to fix onto as you drag the windows about. when you simply alt+tab (or use virtual desktops) you have to readjust your view and quickly figure out where you should be looking within the program window. doing the dragging method is more natural and gives your eyes time to work out where things are within the program window.
in fact, i think it's brilliant. just messing about doing it now dragging left and right between two large windows full of text side by side.
this program will, of course, allow you to have a program window opened up beyond your physical monitor screen, i.e. you could be working/searching within an editor with long lines of code and you could stretch the window out to be double it's normal width and height. then you could quickly drag around within this window seeing how code is arranged without having to collapse the line lengths like you normal have to do.
that is also a potentially fantastic way of working i think.
this util is set to revolutionise computer and human interaction from this moment on