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We usually have no control over where programs are displayed on the desktop when we launch them. If we need to have many programs/windows open at the same time and display them all on the same desktop, then we have to adjust them to the desired size and place them in place one by one. For people who use computers for work, such operations are repeated almost every day. If you don’t think Windows’ own window management capability is powerful enough, try ZMover.