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How to Resize Programs Window Automatically?

AutoSizer is a small software that will automatically maximize, resize, minimize or position just about any window. This is useful, for instance, some Windows programs like Paint, Notepad or some web browsers open up in a non-maximized window.

Using AutoSizer, you can set those windows to automatically maximize every time they are opened.

This freeware work with most programs, and supports maximizing to specific monitors on multi-monitor computers. Using this program is simple. Download (264Kb) and install Auto Resizer.

Run a program you want to resize the window. Open Auto Resizer (Right click on the tray icon and select ‘open’). Select the program by left clicking (from the upper side window). Then click on ‘AutoSize’ and select what you want – maximize, minimize, restore and position. And click ok.


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