The only problem is that we can’t carry around a 27-inch display on a MacBook, so we squeeze as many apps and windows onto a Mac’s screen as we can.
That results in a mess of apps with a bunch of messy open windows which clutter up the screen. Let’s go clutter free, OCD fans, with a simple window manager that’s a breeze. Literally.
It’s called Breeze, and what it does is simply remember where on the Mac’s screen you put your windows.
Move and reshape an app’s windows the way you want and where you want. Then, click on Breeze in the Mac’s Menubar, and save the state.
That’s it. From then on, Breeze remembers the size and position of your app’s windows and a simple click moves everything back where they’re supposed to be.
Wait. There’s more!
Breeze has a few handy default window states built in and ready to use, including fullscreen, or split screen left, or split screen right.
And you can name each window state depending on which apps you’re using and when.
Breeze is simple, elegant, handy, useful and helps reduce the mess of cluttered app windows on your Mac’s limited screen real estate. The only real negative is that it takes up another position in the already cluttered Mac Menubar, and for that you’ll need a Bartender to help Breeze (yes, it’s an app that unclutters the cluttered Mac Menubar).