Cisdem WindowManager can split screen into various sizes and positions on Mac. All you have to do is drag windows to the edges or corners of your screen, or use our grid system to select the area that the windows should cover and you can also set keyboard shortcuts. Once you start splitting screens on mac with WindowManager you’ll wonder how you ever managed without it.
Automatically Split Screen When Dragging to Screen
WindowManager comes with 7 pre-defined dragging actions by defining the left, right, top edges of your screen as 'hot zones'. When you drag a window to the edge of the screen with WindowManager installed, the window will auto-resize to fill a specific area of the screen. Depending on where you drag a window, you can make it expand vertically, take up the entire screen, or appear side-by-side with another window.
Resize Your Window with the Innovative Grid System
If you need even more than those standard screen splitting areas, WindowManager also allows you to quickly and efficiently divide your screen into exact portions. All you have to do is click and drag within the display grid interface to select the area that you’d like your window(s) to occupy; your windows will then be resized and moved to that relative position on your screen. If that’s too much for you, you can create shortcuts instead that to automatically resize and move your window.
Be Even More Productive with Keyboard Shortcuts!
If dragging doesn’t float your boat, WindowManager is also accessible through easy to remember and customizable keyboard shortcuts. You can simply highlight the windows and use the menu bar shortcut or keyboard shortcut to instantly split screen to a specific location on your Mac.
Highly Customizable to Fit the Way You Work with Your Mac
The function and appearance of WindowManager are highly customizable to streamline your individual workflow.
- Set the edges and borders for accessing desktop icons and avoid shadow overlap.
- Set the keyboard shortcuts to display and disable WindowManager app.
- Set to start WindowManager when launch your Mac.
Tiny and Clean
Organization is key when it comes to split screen on Mac. WindowManager is a menu bar access that works with no compromise on stability and performance. It uses very little memory and nearly no CPU. Also it is clean, easy to install and easy to uninstall.