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Windows 7 Features, while still on XP
Posted: March 20, 2012


Got a fancy new Windows 7 computer at work and a dusty old Windows XP desktop at home? Here’s a tool that emulates one of the best Windows 7 features, made for Windows XP. And it’s free.

The program is called AquaSnap, and it allows you to effortlessly resize your open windows. That innocuous description may not wow many people, but the ease-of-use and productivity bonus is huge. Simply drag a window to the right, drag a window to the left, and they expand perfectly to take up half the screen. No switching back-and-forth. It’s what Windows was made for.

Author:  Ryan Donelan
rdonelan@microknowledge.com

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