By Carsten Mielke
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TileWindows is a window management tool developed to provide a quick and practical way to rearrange and resize windows as and when required. In addition to the program’s preset window layout options, it includes also standard functions such as half-sizing a window to the left or right of the screen, cascading windows or switching to full screen mode.
Do you have a big screen with high resolution? Start using it! TileWindows helps you to place your windows on the screen in a way that let's you take full advantage of it.
It's time to work more efficiently with the help of TileWindows now. Buy TileWindows and save lots of your time.
With the help of shortcuts:
Resize and move a window to fill half of the screen:
Resize and move a window to a quarter of the screen:
*Top left quarter
*Top right quarter
*Bottom left quarter
*Bottom right quarter
Move a window to the edge of the screen:
*Move to the top left
*Move to the top right
*Move to the bottom left
*Move to the bottom right
Move a window to the center of the screen.
Resize a window to fill the entire screen.
Move and resize all windows and stack them up.
Side-by-side function, which takes the last 2 open windows and put them side-by-side.
Up-and-Down function, which splits the screen horizontally and fits the last two active windows in one half each.
1-Left-2-Right function, which resizes the last three windows so that one window fits the left half of the screen, and the other two share the right half of the screen.
All shortcuts are customizable.
What's New in Version 1.3
Ready for Mac OS X 10.7 Lion
good idea, incomplete execution
This app worked well in Lion, but in Mountain Lion it does not execute "side by side windows," 'up and down windows," 1 left and 2 right windows," or "cascade windows." Since these are the features I used most frequently, this app is virtually useless. The developer is unresponsive to emails describing problems. And the updating function in the app store doesn't work. It says an update is available, goes through some kind of an operation which makes you think an update has taken place, then says there is an update available.