If you use hotkeys to do most things on your Windows OS then you are probably familiar with the Windows movement keys on the number pad (if your keyboard has one). By shutting NumLock off you can then hold down the Windows Key (Windows Logo) and press 2, 4, 6, or 8 (Down, Right, Up, and Left) on the numpad you can move documents and windows to whatever side of the screen in the direction of the arrow on the key. For Left and right (4,6) it strectches the window fullscreen vertically and half screen horizontally and for up it maximizes and down it either pulls you out of maximized states or minimizes.
Today I bring you 'Windows Corners' which provides added functionality to the Windows Key+Numpad combo. By using the numpad keys 1, 3, 7, and 9 (sometimes End, PgDn, PgUp, and Home) you can now move windows to those corresponding corners at a quarter screen! Perfect for analyzing multiple documents or moving lots of projects and files at once.
Windows Corners is a portable executable that can be placed anywhere and ran by double clicking or from command line like any other binary. Windows corners has no main gui, but runs in the system tray with options for restarting, a help screen, and also an option to run it at computer startup. If it is moved at any time you can fix the auto startup again by simply enabling it in the system tray again. This is an AutoHotkey script compiled for portability, but the script is provided for those who use AHK.