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Split your Monitor Screen

MaxTo is a small Windows program that divides your monitors into regions. When you maximize a window, it will no longer fit the entire screen, but only the region it was maximized into. Your windows are neatly organized into the grid you have defined when they are maximized. MaxTo has been described as a tiling window manager.

MaxTo is light-weight, and works on both 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista. The .NET framework version 2.0 or higher is required (preinstalled on Windows Vista).

  • Easily change regions
  • Easily disabled by holding Shift
  • Move windows using shortcut keys
  • Multi-monitor support
  • Light-weight (the background image on this website is larger)
  • No spyware/adware/badware



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