Resize any window to pre-defined dimensions
Once the tool is installed, its features can be accessed from the right-click menu in the system tray area. So, you can select a window and choose one of the predefined sizes - 640 x 480, 800 x 600, or 1024 x 768.
However, these values can be changed as soon as you access the 'Configuration' screen of Sizer; you can modify the default width and height, as well as give a new description to the setting.
In addition, you can disable Sizer from resizing the window, make it move to another position on the screen, as well as add as many presets as you want, and specify the number of pixels for the window resizing snap size. Some program settings allow you to hide the tooltip when resizing the window, hide the Sizer icon in the system tray bar and add Sizer to the system menu.
The simple-to-use applications runs on a very low amount of CPU and system memory, has a good response time and is very stable. We have not encountered any difficulties throughout our evaluation. First-time users can easily get familiarized with Sizer's features, thanks to its intuitive layout.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on January 12th, 2013
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What's New in version 3.3
- Includes a workaround for a problem with tooltips not disappearing on console windows, credit to Markus Jakobi for reporting this issue (this issue was incorrectly reported as fixed in v3.22). Fixes some System Tray resizing issues on 2000/XP. Includes option to disable system tray icon as suggested by Claus Vestergaard. Includes system menu integration.
Application descriptionSizer is a handy and simple application that will allow users to resize any window to an exact, predefined size.This i...