Previously we reviewed a tool called Desklayer to arrange all active application windows automatically in grid view to have a better chance to maintain all. Today we are featuring another tool similar to Desklayer called Plumb. Although both of them works almost in the same way but yet they have some difference. Like Desklayer is a little bit complex while Plumb is real easy to work with as you can simply Drag & Drop any window to arrange. On the other hand, Desklayer consumes only a few memory while Plumb has to consume a lot memory during startup and yet a bit more then Desklayer on run. So which one you suits you best? Determine it by yourself. But before that, let’s have a look over Plumb.
1st install Plumb then run it. It will open up a window or just be noted in system tray. To active Plumb’s auto arranging system, right-click on the system tray icon and click on Autotile Enable. That’s it!
Double click on the Plumb icon to set up the setting for it.
Plumb works on Windows 7Windows XP and Windows Vista.