AquaSnap is a free desktop manager that greatly enhances the way you can arrange windows on your Desktop. It gives you the possibility to snap windows to the edges or to the corners of the desktop. Also it lets you to set windows to remain on top, stretch windows and more.
AquaSnap makes the window management much more ergonomic. Drag a window to the border of desktop and this window will be snapped and resized to fit one half of the screen. Drag this window to a corner, it will be snapped to fit one quarter. Shake a window and this window will stay always on top.
AquaSnap is 100% composed of highly optimized native code, with no compromise on stability and performance. It uses very little memory and nearly no CPU. AquaSnap is clean, easy to install and easy to uninstall.
Window docking – Split your desktop in one easy gesture
Drag and Drop your windows to the sides or corners of the screen and they are automatically resized to fit one half or one quarter of the screen. Just like the built-in Aero Snap function of Windows 7 but with more possibilities! This is especially useful on a 4K monitor or on multiple monitors.
Window snapping – Don’t waste your desktop space, pixels are precious!
AquaSnap allows you to easily align your windows by making them behave like magnets. This simple feature is the cornerstone of AquaSnap and has been carefully designed to assist you without getting in your way.
Window stretching – One click to conquer this free space on your screen!
This is another powerful way to quickly split your desktop space between several windows. Double-click on the edge of a window to maximize it in one direction. Do the same while pressing [Shift] to maximize it vertically or horizontally.
Move windows together – Easily manage these small floating windows
Professional applications with complex UI often scatter small toolbox windows on your desktop. Keep them grouped and move them all at once. Move one window while pressing [Ctrl] and the whole group of adjacent windows will follow.
Make it stay on top – If you need to keep an eye on a small window
This is the best way to have this window always visible while working on a fullscreen application. Shake a window to make it transparent and always on top. Shake it again to restore it’s normal state.