WindowSpace allows you to manipulate windows in many new amazing ways. Now, you can snap windows to each other or to the screen neatly, edge to edge, move and resize windows with keyboard shortcuts, maximize vertically or horizontally, pin a window on top of the others, minimize it to tray or hide from view to reduce the clutter in the taskbar. WindowSpace makes it a pleasure to manage multiple windows on large screens and multi-monitor systems.
Reviewing 2.5.9 (Jul 17, 2014)
So basically AllSnap by IvanHeckman.
What the hell is up with these people that want $25+ for single-function utilities.
-1 Price. Has less functionality than pretty much any $5 Stardock app.
Reviewing 2.5.2 (Oct 29, 2010)
A really useful program, it not only adds the various functions of snapping edges in windows 7 (but better since its customizable), but also adds a long sought after function, namely universal window snapping. After been using this software for a little more than a year I can't understand why it hasn't been implemented into windows from the start. No worries tho, if the price isn't too steep for you (which is the only down side as far as I can think), then go a ahead.
4 stars, for a good piece of software, -1 for the steep price
Reviewing 2.0.9 (Dec 29, 2009)
A wonderful program, and a better implementation of window snapping than the default Win 7 flavor, but $25 is wildly overpriced.
WinSplit Revolution is rarely updated and the 64-bit beta doesn't really work. If this program could duplicate its function, I and quite a few others would be fans for life. However, I'd think $5-$10 would be a lot more realistic for a desktop utility.