Bring a little order to your desktop by splitting your screen in multiple panels to conveniently fit windows you work with by simply pressing corresponding hotkeys
|Version||1.4.4 Build 293|
|Updated||Mar 28th 2017|
Mizage LLC N/A N/A
|Crack Size||6.4 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Multiple monitors are not only used to enhance the way you play video games, but also pose as a major advantage when working with a lot windows and applications. Fitting all of them in a single display might make features difficult to identify and you most likely end up wasting a great amount of time cycling through them. Luckily, Divvy gives you the possibility to arrange windows according to your preferences in the blink of an eye.
Although a little confusion might be the first impression, only a little time needs to be spent to figure out what the app is designed for. The interface is intuitive enough, but you have to experiment with a few layouts before finding the one that suits you best. However, there's an implemented help manual to get you quickly on your feet.
The main window acts as the remote through which to trigger functions. Hovering your mouse over panels highlights corresponding areas on your desktop. These represent the exact position in which active windows are placed. A simple mouse click is enough to send the current or last active window in that direction.
You're advised to go through the preferences menu at first, because the default layout is fitted with so many panels that shrink windows to an inconvenient size. A careful management of margins and edges lets you split your screen into as many virtual places as you need, all of them according to custom specifications. There are also options to simply set number of rows and columns, with the real time updating preview providing neat visual support.
More flexibility is provided by hotkey support. These can be configured to bring up the application interface and comes in handy if you create a lot of panels. On the other hand, custom button combinations can be set for each panel, being enough to press them in the active window. Combine this with the possibility to make the app run at startup to have controls at your fingertips as soon as possible.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Divvy Crack is a lightweight but practical application with the help of which you can bring a little more order to your desktop. It's polished from most points of view, at least visually, with a major advantage being hotkey support and the way in which they can be configured and used.
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