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I want to control many windows without tab thing, just use keys on Numpad to change position and size of controlled area by "+" and "-". For example, there are 4 windows 2 with Virtualbox, and two with a browser, when I'll press "-" I want to see a small area, only Virtual box, and when I press num 6, the area should move and show part of next window. For "+" it's should increase the size of controlled area and show more and more windows.

  • Used this one displayfusion.com a while ago, as far as I remember, that option is available here as well. – Strepsils Aug 16 '17 at 16:40
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There is a commercial solution which I found here https://superuser.com/a/173549/761111. Free version from sites google gimespace (it redirects you to another site without free link available) but can move only horizontally and has ads & without key features I mentioned, also top answer contain suspectable software with 7 viruses(can't comment cause have < 50 reputations points) check out here.

  • Important : free version has 2 viruses, but a fast google search tells that it's harmless. – J. Doe Aug 14 '17 at 14:18
  • That page you linked to indicated that seven virus scanners detected a virus, not that there are seven viruses in the file. Note also that that link had three "safe" votes by "the community" and the second link only has one. Also note that several of the flags seem to be heuristic-based rather than a fingerprint. P.S. I have no idea what has transpired in this question, I'm only pointing out that your links don't provide strong evidence of viruses in either case. – lungj Aug 14 '17 at 14:40
  • Possibly , but it's not a page , it's file , check it out – J. Doe Aug 14 '17 at 14:52
  • By page, I mean the virustotal URL. – lungj Aug 14 '17 at 14:53
  • but you said that I linked virus total of the site link , not file. Again, there is no other files, its standalone .exe application, did you see > it < I dropped a file , not a link. – J. Doe Aug 14 '17 at 14:59

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