Microsoft made a couple of changes to the windows management capabilities of the Windows 7 operating system that made my life a lot easier. Especially the option to snap windows to the right or left side of the screen to display them both equally and next to each other on the screen helped me out a lot as I no longer had to place the windows there manually or rely on third party software to do so.
Preme takes the whole window management thing to a new level introducing several new features that make it a jack of all trades in regards to that.
The program window that opens up after installation may look confusing at first as it is packed with features.
Here is a list of features the program provides you with:
Preme is compatible with vertical and horizontal taskbar positions, supports multi-monitor setups, 100% and 125% DPI settings and can be run with or without elevated privileges. If you select the latter, it won't work on all windows though. The program appears to be only compatible with Windows 7 or newer versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system. (discovered via Dottech)Advertisement
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