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I recently told you about the utility Cinch for the Mac, a $7 shareware utility that brings the Windows 7 Aero drag features to OS X. I’m still getting contacted by people not sure how it works so I figured the best thing is to show […]

I recently told you about the utility Cinch for the Mac, a $7 shareware utility that brings the Windows 7 Aero drag features to OS X. I’m still getting contacted by people not sure how it works so I figured the best thing is to show how it works on video. It is a simple utility that does what it does very well, and I think you’ll agree with me when you see the video.

  1. Hey James!
    Thanks a lot for this video.
    But I think you have also to mention, that there is a “smaller” version, which is freeware.
    (same developer ;))
    It’s not so cool like cinch, ’cause of the use of shortkeys, but it’ll do the (same) job.
    http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/30384/twoup
    best wishes and greetings from germany.

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  2. And there is a step up version for around 13 bucks that’s keyboard driven (called SizeUp), on a 13″ screen it’s pretty amazing.

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  3. Hey. Thanks for this. Never used Windows 7 or Aero so I wasn’t really sure what to think of this (even after watching their demo). After watching your demo I decided to give it a shot. In a few days I caught myself using it all the time. Went and paid for it yesterday.

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