The separation of monitor working area?

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I decided to buy a large monitor (27"), but with such a large screen you know that to deploy Windows on the whole Desk will just not convenient, you will not have to read the text spaced at 60 cm. The question arose, than to divide the monitor into virtual workspaces. Before something like that was in the kit nVidia drivers for WinXP (included in the kit nView), but with the transition to Vista nView why it cut out. In nView you can divide the monitor into parts and expand (maximize) the window, its only in part (i.e. double-click on the window, not orde to expand the window to fill the entire screen, and unfolded it in your own field). Do you know something similar for modern axes (Win7 x64)? I will be glad if you tell me analogues of those functions of nView. I would like to hear real use cases you. Thank you.
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in vin7 as well as the time you can drag the window right or left — it will take half of the screen. Or Claudia — win+left and win+right. Utility from ntwind windowspace doing the same, somewhere maybe even better.
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Do not expand the window to full screen. Obviously.
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'tiling window managers, I can only recommend xmonad.
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Look in the direction of Actual Window Managermay support what you need.
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At nview fix-got-working-windows-7 lies nView which works in Seven.
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Well, if you want to run your hands nView, download the last fire wood from site of nvidii, winrara pull out and extract from there the file nview.cab. Installing nviewsetup.exe as usual, you will see in control Panel the nView Desktop Manager.
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Enlarge the font :)
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if we were talking about the Linux\\BSD, then I would advise xmonad :)
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Here's another tiny program
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