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FreeSnap Resizes Your Windows with the Keyboard

FreeSnap is designed to take the pain out of resizing and moving windows by providing convenient keyboard shortcuts to do the job. If you are someone who likes keyboard shortcuts, you’ll know how much of a pain it is to resize and move windows with the keyboard alone.

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I gave FreeSnap a try and it works really well and does what it claims. Below is a screenshot of the functions FreeSnap can perform. FreeSnap works on Windows XP, Vista, and 7. I don’t recommend FreeSnap for Windows 7 because native window management is built in and does a really good job already. If you want to learn how to get use window management keyboard shortcuts in Windows 7, go here.

FreeSnap Shortcuts

FreeSnap Resizes Your Windows with the Keyboard

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7 thoughts on “FreeSnap Resizes Your Windows with the Keyboard”

  1. coamoucky says:

    Hi, Congratulations to the site owner for this marvelous work you’ve done. It has lots of useful and interesting data.

  2. coamoucky says:

    Hi, Congratulations to the site owner for this marvelous work you’ve done. It has lots of useful and interesting data.

  3. coamoucky says:

    Hi, Congratulations to the site owner for this marvelous work you’ve done. It has lots of useful and interesting data.

  4. Mel says:

    Great way to finally make use of the windows button! (although Windows 7 does seem to use it more)

  5. Mel says:

    Great way to finally make use of the windows button! (although Windows 7 does seem to use it more)

  6. Mel says:

    Great way to finally make use of the windows button! (although Windows 7 does seem to use it more)

  7. Vagablonde says:

    not sure about the app..but i do love the deck keyboards

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