** The Universal Access means Accessibility. (It was before Yosemite)
You can find the Accessibility on Privacy of Security & Privacy in the Preference.
Power Mover is a utility for multi-monitor systems, designed increasing productivity on Mac OS X. You can easily move a window to other monitor when you have more than 2 monitors by using a keyboard-command (shortcut). It's useful for programmers, music engineers and traders and others.
Key features of Power Mover
● It provides multiple functions - To Next Monitor, To Previous Monitor, To Specific Monitors.
● Unlike most similar applications, It can move a window to specific monitor.
● You can apply various options when moving a window - scaling size of the window, moving the window to (0,0) and so on.
● You can check out various information for your monitors.
It can use moving-animation when moving the window.
1. Power Mover dialog doesn't appear anymore when you start up OS X.
2. Preference file bug is fixed.
Ratings and Reviews
Great little utility
This app does a simple thing, but it does it well. It meets a need if you are using two or more monitors on a Mac. Since I am only using two monitors, it does more than we need. The selections of previous monitor and specific monitor by number are not necessary. I can see that they would be handy features for a setup with three or more monitors.
We are using macOS Sierra. The system preferences changed a bit since the notes on the App were written. Once I figured out that I had to enable Power Mover 2 in Accessibility in Security and Privacy and not the Accessibility icon, I was ready to go.
Maybe good for 1 monitor
The fault here is really osx for pathetic multi-monitor support making an app like this a requirement in the first place. But giving that, this app doesn’t work great with more then 2 monitors. Even though display settings shows the monitors in the correct aggagement (laptop screen + 3 desktop monitors) and I can drag a window from the far left monitor across all in the continuous desktop, when using the shortcut keys to move a window it does not follow the correct order.
If numbered 1-4 with 1 being on the left, it moves from 1->2->4->3
Note: when looking in app at Monitor Information tab it shows the correct arragement.
Also crashes periodically
Simple, works, and efficient
Great app for multi monitor, quickly moves windows from one display/monitor to the other without having to drag and resize every time you want to move something. If your workflow regularly uses more than one application (pretty much anyone who uses the internet while they work), this is a must have.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.