FreeSnap 1.5 Released


FreeSnap 1.5 includes these new features:

  • Task switcher: Another task switcher? Yes, but this is faster and easier. No fancy thumbnails. It simply switches to the next/previous task. After all, do you want to go the the next task or do you want to be entertained with 3D graphics?
  • Half screen sizing: mimics the Windows 7 feature of snapping a window to a half or quarter screen. A previous post illustrates the concept.
  • Settings via config file: – The command line was getting a bit overloaded so I’ve moved all settings to configuration file

There’s more documentation on these new features on the FreeSnap page. Enjoy and send feedback.

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