In Ubuntu, with the Unity desktop environment, one can move and resize applications by using the following keyboard shortcut: CTRL + ALT + 0-9 (on the Number Pad). Ctrl Alt 1 moves the current window to the bottom left corner of the screen, Ctrl Alt 2 moves the current window to the whole bottom half of the screen, Ctrl Alt 3 moves it to the bottom right, etc.
However, to my knowledge, no such function (window resizing all around the screen via keyboard) innately exists in Windows 8.1. At least, I haven't been able to find any.
How can one move/resize applications in Windows 8.1 like one can in Ubuntu's Unity?