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    The page you refer to has not been updated since Nov 20, 2008. The "Neat little tool" appears to only have support through Win XP. I would think this should be considered an out of date tool that is not usable for many if not most of the readers here.

    This appears to be a auto window resizing tool that shows support for Win98/Me/2000/NT/XP/2003 only. Appears very outdated.
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    It would also be helpful if this type of message gave a clue what the tool did, saves people from clicking through to see what it is when likely a lot will not want it.

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    I've been using it on windows 7 for a long time, no problem.

    Automatically Resize Your Programs AutoSizer is a small program that runs in the system tray and can automatically resize and reposition any program or folder window. You can choose to maximize or minimize a specific window, define custom size and position values and also set the window to be on top. The program can match the window by it`s class name, which is often all that`s needed, but it also supports exact or partial title matches. A handy tool for those who like to have some of their windows in a certain size and/or position at all times.

    http://www.snapfiles.com/get/autosizer.html
    Last edited by lobo1111; 2012-01-25 at 00:06.

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