KDE Mover-Sizer brings handy Linux desktop tricks to the PC

Sep
17

KDE Mover-Sizer brings handy Linux desktop tricks to the PC

Re-sizing and re-positioning windows on the PC desktop is such a fundamental task that you’ll almost do it without thinking. Move the mouse to the title bar/ border, click, drag, release. Very basic, very simple — but there might still be room for improvement.

KDE Mover-Sizer is an open source, portable tool which brings a common Linux desktop trick to Windows. Instead of having to move your mouse cursor to the title bar or border, you just hold down the Alt key, then left-click anywhere inside a window and drag to move it, right-click and drag to resize it.

If this sounds incredibly simple, then it is, but in many ways that’s a good thing. There’s no need to check settings or scroll through online help, you already know enough about the program to speed up your window management

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