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Another cool trick with Windows 7

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Rocket_G
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re: Another cool trick with Windows 7
Rocket_G   2/12/2011 12:02:21 AM
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I dunno. Sometimes I wonder if the chief menu designer for Vista and Windows 7 was a Down Easter ("Cahn't get theah from heah!")

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modal   2/11/2011 5:11:07 PM
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You might find Windy enhanced window manager useful. http://projectwindy.codeplex.com/ It's a free open source application similar to Divvy. I just wish the placement grid had more squares.

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David Ashton   2/4/2011 10:56:50 PM
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Typical bloody Microsoft!!!

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Max The Magnificent   2/4/2011 8:20:53 PM
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I tell you, knowing these nuggets of knowledge is going to save me lots of time and frustration ... if you are aware of any other things like this please let me know (max@CliveMaxfield.com)

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