Every now and then it seems like the windows on our computer have minds of their own. We'll go to a Web site that will mysteriously resize our browser without our permission, or we'll open a program whose interface is too big for our screen. Auto Sizer is an ingenious little tool that lets users keep specific windows minimized, maximized, or set at a certain size. If random window resizing is a serious nuisance for you, Auto Sizer is definitely worth a try.
The program appears as an icon in the Windows system tray and has an extremely simple interface. In one pane the program lists all the windows that are open, and in a pane below there's a list of all the windows that are targeted by Auto Sizer. To have Auto Sizer work its magic, simply select a window from the top pane and click the AutoSize button. A menu opens allowing users to select whether they want to have the window minimized, maximized, restored, or set to a certain size or position. That's really all there is to it. Auto Sizer will automatically keep your windows at the desired size, and if something goes awry, right-clicking on the system tray icon lets users rescan the windows and put them back in their place. Users can also create an optional hotkey to access Auto Sizer's functions even more quickly. There's no Help file, but the program is pretty easy to figure out without one. Overall, we think that Auto Sizer is an effective, commonsense solution to the problem of wayward windows, and we recommend it.
Auto Sizer installs and uninstalls without issues.