David Wardle, Editor / Informer Technologies, Inc. / December 20, 2012
These applications are meant to help you easily snap the desktop windows to certain positions on the screen, and to specific sizes. They allow you to handle the opened windows in an easier and faster way than the default ones offered by the Windows OS.
Download solution synonyms: Control Size and Position of Window on Desktop, Desktop Window Manager, Desktop Window Management Tool
These programs can help you with what you're intending to do:
Actual Window Guard allows keeping all types of windows on the desktop in the size and position you prefer. By means of various rules, the tool helps to organize your workspace in many ways, therefore making your work more comfortable and efficient.
Chameleon Window Manager is an utility that will add additional buttons to every program´s window. These buttons will give you more control on the way that the program windows will be displayed in your system. You will be able to position the windows at the left or the right of the screen, specify the transparency for the current window, set the current window to be always on top, or minimize it.
This very easy to use piece of software designed for Windows XP and Windows Vista operating systems allows you to imitate the behavior of the desktop windows in Windows 7. You can either drag the windows to the sides of the screen or you can use hotkeys in order to maximize, minimize or snap them.
Actual Window Manager adds new ways to handle program windows via new title-bar buttons. In addition, it introduces new general desktop operations. This is a great addition if you feel that the Minimize, Restore, Maximize and Close buttons are not enough for you.
GridMove is a program that aims at making windows management easier. It does so by defining a visual grid on the desktop, to which windows can be dropped. This program comes bundled with several predifined grid templates that can be customized.
WindowSpace is a desktop enhancement tool for Windows computers. It adds a lot of functionality that should have been a part of Windows, but wasn't. This particular app deals with window movement. It allows you to take more control of how your windows behave. It introduces the concept of window snapping.
WiSi is a small little tool for resizing windows to fixed values. Thats usefull for example if you want to test your homepage with different screen sizes without switching the resolution.