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I have Windows 7 on my PC and really like the new window docking feature where I can drag a window to a side or top of the screen and it expands to fill all or half the monitor. Great for moving files from one folder to another.

Is there a way in 10.6 or an app to do something similar?
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Better Touch Tool and Shift It caqn do this

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+1 for BetterTouch Tool, great piece of kit, it will ask you if you want to activate this very feature when you first launch it!!

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Thanks, looking at it now
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