allSnap 1.50 Beta for Windows

by Ivan Heckman

Avg. Rating 4.6 (36 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 3,136
Publisher Ivan Heckman
Homepage allSnap

Publisher's Description

allSnap is a small system tray program that causes all top level windows to snap to the sides of the screen and each other while moving or sizing.

Latest Reviews

dhry

dhry reviewed v1.33 on Aug 7, 2009

Excellent program. Very helpful if you often have several windows on the screen that you need to juggle around - like a notepad and a browser for example. Also, the "constrain to screen" option is excellent and means that it will disallow windows from moving off the screen so you don't need to be as careful when dragging. Pretty much just set and forget.

@jongliko2: NiftyWindows is definitely cool too, but as far as I can tell, NW only allows you to snap to a predefined windows grid. AllSnap does this as well, but it also allows you to snap to the sides of other windows as WELL as allowing snap-to-grid, and doesn't require you to hold down a key as well while doing it.

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v1.32 Beta 0 on Dec 7, 2005

Is it Irony when 14 year olds with IQ's of 92 call everyone else on here a retard?

Its certainly funny as hell when someone who does not yet know the different between 'their', 'there' and 'they're' calls me a retard.

By the way this program is cool, works fine.

JeRrYFaR

JeRrYFaR reviewed v1.32 Beta 0 on Dec 7, 2005

No complaints w/ the last one, and I've been using it for months. Doesn't snap certain windows like the cmd prompt, but what it does, it does very well.

jongliko2

jongliko2 reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 24, 2005

Great software ! But I'll keep using "Nifty Windows" wich add other features for the windows handling. (move and keep shiftkey pressed to snap windows)
http://www.enovatic.org/products/niftywindows/

Vantorax

Vantorax reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 24, 2005

Such a simple idea... yet so powerful!

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 24, 2005

does nothing here, xp pro sp1a, but it may be because im running windowblinds

The MAZZTer

The MAZZTer reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 23, 2005

It does what it does well, and better than any other integrated window snapper in any app I've used (like... just for that app. Like Winamp or Steam.

Only thing it can't do is snap custom-painted windows such as Steam, Winamp, or Trillian. Works fine with everything else. :)

figbash

figbash reviewed v1.30 Beta 4 on Mar 5, 2003

Excellent program, I've been using it under 2000 and XP since it was released. It fixes what I feel to be a major problem with the windows GUI and it does it well.

bbhermit

bbhermit reviewed v1.30 Beta 4 on Feb 20, 2003

Nope!!! Still does nothing in Windows Me. I messed with all the settings, and it doesn't do anything.

marbutcu

marbutcu reviewed v1.30 Beta 4 on Feb 19, 2003

Quite nice.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (36 votes)
Your Rating
dhry

dhry reviewed v1.33 on Aug 7, 2009

Excellent program. Very helpful if you often have several windows on the screen that you need to juggle around - like a notepad and a browser for example. Also, the "constrain to screen" option is excellent and means that it will disallow windows from moving off the screen so you don't need to be as careful when dragging. Pretty much just set and forget.

@jongliko2: NiftyWindows is definitely cool too, but as far as I can tell, NW only allows you to snap to a predefined windows grid. AllSnap does this as well, but it also allows you to snap to the sides of other windows as WELL as allowing snap-to-grid, and doesn't require you to hold down a key as well while doing it.

Aegis69

Aegis69 reviewed v1.32 Beta 0 on Dec 7, 2005

Is it Irony when 14 year olds with IQ's of 92 call everyone else on here a retard?

Its certainly funny as hell when someone who does not yet know the different between 'their', 'there' and 'they're' calls me a retard.

By the way this program is cool, works fine.

JeRrYFaR

JeRrYFaR reviewed v1.32 Beta 0 on Dec 7, 2005

No complaints w/ the last one, and I've been using it for months. Doesn't snap certain windows like the cmd prompt, but what it does, it does very well.

jongliko2

jongliko2 reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 24, 2005

Great software ! But I'll keep using "Nifty Windows" wich add other features for the windows handling. (move and keep shiftkey pressed to snap windows)
http://www.enovatic.org/products/niftywindows/

Vantorax

Vantorax reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 24, 2005

Such a simple idea... yet so powerful!

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 24, 2005

does nothing here, xp pro sp1a, but it may be because im running windowblinds

The MAZZTer

The MAZZTer reviewed v1.31 Beta 5 on Sep 23, 2005

It does what it does well, and better than any other integrated window snapper in any app I've used (like... just for that app. Like Winamp or Steam.

Only thing it can't do is snap custom-painted windows such as Steam, Winamp, or Trillian. Works fine with everything else. :)

figbash

figbash reviewed v1.30 Beta 4 on Mar 5, 2003

Excellent program, I've been using it under 2000 and XP since it was released. It fixes what I feel to be a major problem with the windows GUI and it does it well.

bbhermit

bbhermit reviewed v1.30 Beta 4 on Feb 20, 2003

Nope!!! Still does nothing in Windows Me. I messed with all the settings, and it doesn't do anything.

marbutcu

marbutcu reviewed v1.30 Beta 4 on Feb 19, 2003

Quite nice.

sinesolis

sinesolis reviewed v1.30 Beta 3 on Jan 1, 2003

I've used this program in both Windows 2000 and Windows XP Pro and absolutely love it. It does everything it claims to do, and since I am such a neat freak I really like the fact that it allows me to lay out my windows on my desktop exactly as I want them and remembers there position every time (even those that don't ordinarily allow such tweaking), the snap feature is fantastic. My 2 cents.

bbhermit

bbhermit reviewed v1.30 Beta 2 on Dec 6, 2002

I'm using Windows ME. This program does not appear to do anything! ( except take up space in my system tray.)

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