You’ll never wonder where that window went with AutoSizer

screenshot of AutoSizer

You spend all that time getting your application windows set to just the right size and location so that you can work more efficiently. When you come back tomorrow, you get to do it all over again. How about not having to reinvent the wheel each day? How about a tool like AutoSizer?

AutoSizer is a simple tool that does its job well. It sits in your system tray until you open it. Choose an active application and decide whether you want to maximize, minimize, or restore its window size. You can also choose to center the application window, or even to resize it to your specifications, giving specific width and height settings. You can also choose where to place it on the screen by specifying coordinates for the top left corner of the window.

AutoSizer is a Windows app and requires Win98 or later.

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One Response to “You’ll never wonder where that window went with AutoSizer”

  1. Richard van Buren says:

    I use Autosizer for quite some time now (Windows Explorer, Internet Explorer and a few others kept starting in a non-maximized state on this system), that is over now.

    Using the program is quite straightforward and easy, you don’t need to be a computer expert to handle this progie.

    Highly recommended if you have the same problems I had.

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