ZMover helps you manage your desktop layout by enabling you to set the size, position and layering of application windows. Instead of wasting time rearranging windows across your single or multiple monitor display, you can configure ZMover to do the job for you. Simply tell ZMover which windows you want to modify and how, then hide the program and let it work in the background. ZMover will monitor the desktop and automatically reposition, resize, or even keep selected windows below or above the others when they open.
ZMover lets you manage windows across several monitors with ease. The number of applications lacking multiple monitor support and the increased desktop space offered by such setups make it more difficult to maintain an optimal desktop layout. ZMover eliminates these difficulties with its ability to define window layouts for different monitor configurations.
ZMover features a toolbox with an intuitive view of your display and commands to easily rearrange windows on any monitor. You can also save your desktop icon positions on each monitor configuration and restore them later if they get shuffled. Hot key support is provided to perform operations at the touch of a key, even when ZMover is hidden, including the ability to send the cursor to any monitor.
ZMover stores user preferences in a small portable file. So it’s easy to define a desktop layout on one computer and propagate it to other computers in a lab or a data processing center. Organizations and IT professionals can benefit significantly from this capability in situations where it’s important to position windows in a uniform and familiar way across many workstations.
If you need to have your desktop arranged in a certain way, stop doing it manually and let ZMover take care of it for you!
For Windows 2000, XP, Server 2003, or later: Added support for multiple Windows user accounts. Minimized the amount of memory used when the main window is hidden. For all Windows versions: Showed the main window when trying to run a second instance of the application. Discontinued Windows 95 and NT compatibility.
Added support for Windows XP visual styles, multiple monitors, and regional settings. Added desktop scanning frequency adjustment.
Added support to center windows on the desktop.
Overhauled the user interface, added the ability to modify any window setting on the fly, covered new window settings, and added a scanning switch.
Added a menu item to reset all desktop windows.
Added support to handle windows without a title.
Added support to move and size other windows, and added an equality filter to window title matching.
Updated installation procedure and package information, and added the ability to remember targeted windows.
Increased the flexibility of windows targeting.
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