Use Gridy to Manage Active Windows

Recently I was introduced to Gridy, a portable app, that allows you to manage the Windows you have open on your desktop. Gridy is a hotkey driven application, that predominantly uses the Windows Key in combo with other keys to perform all sorts of magic. After starting Gridy windows that are opened or resized, are snapped to an invisible grid. Snapping windows to the grid is enabled with a mouse drag or by using the arrow keys on the keyboard. With Gridy you can:

Make window semi-transparent

Hide the window’s Alt-Tab icon

Set window to be Always on Top

Resize to a predefined size of your choice

Minimize all windows but the active one

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If you like apps such as this, I encourage you to visit the author’s web site (Sector-Seven) to explore the other unique offerings that are available, such as:

ControlPad

File Blender

FlicFlac Audio Converter

Wallpaper Randomizer

FaxTool

MorseRabbit

RPG – The Renoise Phrase Generator

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