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Author Topic: Looking for a Window management software, but can't remember its name. Help?  (Read 2507 times)


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I once came across this software (unsure if it was at donationcoder) which would remember the size and position of a given program.
So for example, I could specify a region on the screen for Notepad, as well as its window size and every time I would start notepad, it would open up in that specified region with that particular window size. So basically it would allow a grid-like allocation of space to programs.

Does anyone know what that program is, or any program that does the same?


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Skrommel's WinWarden or ZoneSize, perhaps?


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The king of this category is ActualTools: http://www.actualtools.com, I suppose.