The most popular operating systems on laptops and desktops allow us to move windows freely, but they fall short when it comes to aligning them precisely one next to the other. That's where tools like Divvy can be very useful.
Although Windows and MacOS already provide some positioning aids for placing windows on one side of the screen, there is lots more to do, especially when you want to align multiple windows in complex patterns to make the most of the available space (and not waste long minutes trying to nudge each windows side).
With Divvy from Mizage this task becomes a lot easier, as you split the desktop in a grid like fashion, allowing you to quickly place a window anywhere you want.without having to adjust it "pixel by pixel". Grids can also be configured by the user, as well as shortcuts for specific settings. After getting used to this system, you won't be able to go back to the "jungle" of having windows overlapped all over the screen.
Divvy is available for both Windows and Mac, and you can try it out for free before deciding whether it's worth the $13.99.