This is the list of Frequently Asked Questions for WindowSpace, our window management software for large monitors. If your question is not answered here, please check our support forum before sending an email.
Q: What are the system requirements for WindowSpace?
A: You can install WindowSpace on any computer running Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, 32-bit or 64-bit. There are no special hardware requirements. You can install WindowSpace on any computer running the specified version of Windows as listed above.
Q: How much memory does it use?
A: WindowSpace memory usage is very low, usually under 1 MB.
Q: Is there a portable version of WindowSpace?
A: There is no portable version of WindowSpace and there are no plans for it to be released. On Windows 7 and Vista, WindowSpace must be installed in the system "Program Files" directory. This is concerned with the new security technology first introduced in Windows Vista. For more information, see User Account Control (UAC) and User Interface Privilege Isolation (UIPI).
Q: Snapping doesn't work for console windows. Is there a solution for this?
A: It works for console windows only on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Unfortunately, there is no technical way to make WindowSpace to work with console applications (cmd.exe) on Windows 2000/XP or Vista.
Q: I activated WindowSpace on one computer, but now I need to move it to another. Do I have to buy WindowSpace again?
A: You don't have to pay for WindowSpace twice. You can install and activate WindowSpace on all your computers. Licenses are "per user", not "per computer".
Q: Can I use WindowSpace at work?
A: Yes, you can. The Personal License allows you to install WindowSpace on your work computer or notebook.
Q: Can I install WindowSpace on my laptop?
A: Yes, you can install WindowSpace on all your computers.
Q: I lost my product key. Can you please send it to me again?
A: Yes, we can. Please send an email to email@example.com and we will gladly re-send you the licensing information at no charge. Also, you can lookup up your order history in the Plimus Order Tracking System.
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