Manage active windows in a more efficient way
- Very useful to work with many applications
- Specially recommended for large monitors
- Pop-up somewhat annoying: use shortcuts
Managing windows when you need to work with more than three or four applications simultaneously can be a real pain. You have to carefully distribute them on your desktop so that they don't overlap and you don't lose track of any of them. But now you can make this task much easier with WinSplit Revolution.
WinSplit Revolution a small tool that sits in your system tray and enables you to arrange windows automatically and take full advantage of your whole desktop space. A single click on WinSplit Revolution's icon brings up a small pop-up window with which you can tidy up all your opened apps and windows, one by one.
But the best thing about WinSplit Revolution is its set of keyboard shortcuts. They are far more comfortable on WinSplit Revolution and they also enable you to organize windows in several different ways. There's even includes a "Mosaic" option that displays all windows in an Exposé style. In fact, I think this could be the default option to be applied when clicking on the icon, instead of opening the pop-up.
- Bug Fix : The settings (including the VirtualNumpad position and style) were not saved when WinSplit was closed by the end of the user's session. Improvement : The installer and uninstaller language will now be set automatically, regarding the system's language. The registry keys created by the previous installers has been removed, so the "portable mode" won't touch anything in the registry [Edit] The dialog box has been put back, because of bad language detection, but the created registry key is removed in case of portable install mode.. Bug Fix : The update and/or uninstall process fails because of a dll file that can't be replaced. People will probably still encounter problems to update to this release. If so, there is now a "Cleanup Tool" available in the download page. Bug Fix : The message "Impossible to install hooks" was often shown at WinSplit startup, and the checkbox saying "Do not display this message anymore" wasn't working as expected