If you often and not so happy you find yourself having to deal with a lot of windows open on your desktop and if you are looking for a simple but effective system by which they can be easily manage and access as quickly as possible to what interest then dear readers of Macworld, you might try giving a look at WindowPad.
This software is totally free and used without any problems on all Windows operating systems, allows, once in use, to use special hotkey to drag, move, resize and arrange open windows in order to be able to handle more simultaneously and in a very simple manner.
WindowPad has no user interface and will be usable immediately after installing it.
Clicking the right mouse button on an icon that will arise in the Windows system tray can be debugged but it will also reload the software, or even suspend the operation.
The hotkey used with WindowPad are the following:
Win +1: to position the active window in the lower left of the screen
Win +2: to position the active window at the bottom of the screen
Win +3: to position at the bottom right the active window
Win +4: to position the active window on the left half of the screen
Win +5: to position the active window in the center of the screen
Win +6: to position the active window on the right half of the screen
Win +7: to position the active window in the top left of the screen
Win +8: to position the active window at the top of the screen
Win +9: to position the active window in the upper right corner of the screen
Eventually, it seems appropriate to emphasize this, the hotkey can also be customized depending on what are the different types of users.