Looking for Windows Tool

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Matt Barton
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I recently purchased a new computer with a 24" monitor, but I'm in need of a tool. What I want is to be able to instantly juxtapose two windows on the screen, such as two Firefox browsers, and with a click have them move side-by-side and resize to fit. Right now I'm having to do a bunch of clicking, dragging, and what-not to do this, and I want to be able to juxtapose them or maximize one instantly.

Can anyone point me towards a tool that can do this? I don't even know how to search for this on downloads.com.

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Mark Vergeer
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Indeed!

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Matt Barton
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Awesome, DavyK, that's

Awesome, DavyK, that's exactly what I needed.

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davyK
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This functionality is built

This functionality is built into windows. I can distinctly remember a tile option when right-clicking on the status bar at the bottom of the screen with previous versions. I have Vista now and when I right click on the status bar I get the option to either stack, show side by side , or cascade which gives different results (you also get to undo this).

Right click on the status bar and see what appears on your version of Windows.

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Ah - I guess you're just a

Ah - I guess you're just a little too used to OSX and it's windowing features!



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