ZMover 5.0 for Windows

by Basta Computing, Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.4 (7 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.5 MB
License Shareware, $15.00
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 907
Publisher Basta Computing, Inc.
Homepage ZMover

Publisher's Description

ZMover gives you control of your desktop layout by allowing you to set the size, position, state, and layering of application windows. You can define window positions on-the-fly or give ZMover a list of windows to remember. When these windows appear, ZMover will automatically arrange them for you.

Latest Reviews

mkosinski

mkosinski reviewed v5.0 on Dec 7, 2007

Is there any similar app around to test?
This one doesn't work if you try to set size of PuTTY terminal windows.

stisev

stisev reviewed v5.0 on Aug 10, 2007

There's no other program like it. Hands down the best way to deal with programs that steal focus or popup in your face!

bugmenot

bugmenot reviewed v5.0 on Jan 27, 2007

Not very useful, since it only allows you to specify window titles for targeting, and not class names. How ridiculous is this? Many times, child windows will have the same title, but a different class, as their parent. Many times, window titles are totally dynamic, and don't have the application name in them at all. Many times, window titles simply aren't unique. What a joke.

PC Rat

PC Rat reviewed v5.0 on Mar 28, 2005

Seems to do what it says it'll do. And, hopefully, is less glitchy than Actual Windows Guard.

The Computer Rodent

Avg. Rating 3.4 (7 votes)
Your Rating
mkosinski

mkosinski reviewed v5.0 on Dec 7, 2007

Is there any similar app around to test?
This one doesn't work if you try to set size of PuTTY terminal windows.

stisev

stisev reviewed v5.0 on Aug 10, 2007

There's no other program like it. Hands down the best way to deal with programs that steal focus or popup in your face!

bugmenot

bugmenot reviewed v5.0 on Jan 27, 2007

Not very useful, since it only allows you to specify window titles for targeting, and not class names. How ridiculous is this? Many times, child windows will have the same title, but a different class, as their parent. Many times, window titles are totally dynamic, and don't have the application name in them at all. Many times, window titles simply aren't unique. What a joke.

PC Rat

PC Rat reviewed v5.0 on Mar 28, 2005

Seems to do what it says it'll do. And, hopefully, is less glitchy than Actual Windows Guard.

The Computer Rodent

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