Ever try to size a window so it just touches the edge of the screen? It's tedious (at least for me). FreeSnap allows you to instantly size any window edge to the corresponding screen edge. Contains no spyware!
Description: Ever try to size a window so it just touches the edge of the screen? It's tedious (at least for me). FreeSnap allows you to instantly size any window edge to the corresponding screen edge. Want that window to touch the right edge of the screen? Press and hold the windows key and press the right arrow. It's just that simple. The number-pad keys work as well, regardless of the NumLock state.
The Home, End, PgUp, and PgDn keys move a window to the corresponding corner of the screen without sizing the window. I like to think of these as the "corner keys".
If you think about it, the number-pad makes an easy template for remembering how to size and move windows. The arrow keys size windows, and the corner keys (7,9,1,3) move windows to the corner of the screen.
The "Plus" and "Minus" keys on the number-pad will size the window to a specific dimension. The dimensions used are:
640 x 480
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1280 x 1024
This is handy for seeing how your artwork will fit on standard size screens.
The "5" key on the number-pad centers the window on the screen without sizing it. The number-pad "Enter" key will maximize the window when it is normal size and vice-versa.
FreeSnap has an undo as well. If you repeat the last command, it will undo that command.
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