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Windows Split Desktop Utility [closed]

Windows Split Desktop Utility [closed]

Is there such a thing? I don't want multiple separate desktops, what I'd like to be able to do is split my main desktop into two areas so that an application in one when maximized won't take up the "Full" physical screen, but its portion of it.

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Guest [Entry]

I'm a big fan of WinSplit Revolution. It's got some great default settings for window locations/sizes, but is also fully customizable. I'm using it for coding on dual monitors, but have also used it on a single monitor and it works great for that too.
Guest [Entry]

"Are you thinking about something like Windows Snap?

I don't have a program to do that but DisplayFusion does include options to snap windows to the sides and corners of the monitor (and some clever middle-click/drag options to switch maximised windows to another monitor)."
Guest [Entry]

I use GridMove, but I also find allSnap helpful for maximizing real estate in one-time configurations.