A month ago we spoke of the PowerToys and last update that recbían to that date with which they could automatically determine if there were updates. One more feature to the PowerToys, a set of tools that allow you to to enhance the operating system with new features and to do so without having to pull utilities from third-party developers
These tools, which are also open source, with open source license, can be downloaded from Github and now is updated to version 0.16. An up to date next to the correction of errors comes with four major improvements.
Fancy Zones supports multiple monitors
The tool FancyZones comes to be something like a window manager that facilitates the creation of designs of windows to complex and the fast delivery of windows in these designs. With this update Fancy Zones account with the ability to drag windows between areas defined on different monitors.
Thanks to this new tool, which improves the preview of the files in the Windows Explorer. Now also allows you to access the preview of documents in Markdown and SVG images.
A more than interesting and is now, from the same Browser of files we can resize images without the need for third-party applications, and to do so both individually and as sets of images. In addition, let us choose the size.
Window Walker is an option that allows you to simulate the behavior of the combination of keys “Alt+Tab” to switch between windows.
Via | Windows Central
More information | Github
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