A simple-to-configure and handy program worth having when you need to shift and resize windows with the aid of user-defined hotkeys
|Updated||May 9th 2014|
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|Crack Size||501 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
ShiftWindow is a small desktop enhancement application whose purpose is to help you shift and resize windows with the aid of custom hotkeys.
The primary panel is divided into two areas: the first one displays all user-defined rules, while the second allows you to preview or edit the selected rule.
You can create multiple rules, delete the selected ones, as well as save them to a file, so you can easily import them in your future projects.
ShiftWindow gives you the possibility to generate a new rule by providing details about its name, and selecting the title of the window from a drop-down list which reveals the visible panels detected on your system.
You can make the user-defined window shift to specific coordinates (x and y values), and resize its panel by entering the desired width and height. Additionally, you may switch to a full screen mode and pick the target monitor.
The program gives you the possibility to trigger the action by assigning a hotkey, automatically activate the process after a user-defined amount of time (in seconds), or manually carry out the entire operation.
Tests revealed that ShiftWindow Crack carries out a task pretty quickly and without errors. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not hampered.
All things considered, ShiftWindow offers a simple yet efficient software solution for helping you shift and resize windows with the aid of user-defined hotkeys. Thanks to its overall simplicity, it is suitable for rookies and professionals alike.
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