I just read and enjoyed your three articles on New File Explorer features, which are very helpful to me getting over my initial hesitation to take full advantage of these new ribbons in Office, File Explorer, and increasingly, other third-party apps, as well.
One great historical improvement in opening any kind of window was the Aero interface that allows you to slide any window left or right and automatically fill half the screen. That was years ago, though, and I'm wondering why it's not yet a standard feature of Windows 8 to be able to set a default size and position for opening windowsas far as I can tell it's just random. It doesn't even seem to pay any attention to the last time the window was opened.
Repeated Google searches don't seem to shed much light on this problem, so I'm wondering if it's even possible. Do you have any words of wisdom on this subject? Dare I even hope for a solution?
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