I'm quite jealous of this feature.
This is what I'm referring to --> http://lifehacker.com/5077728/snap-a...e-in-windows-7
Not to mention getting high-ranking search results for threads that were bumped back to the top but are years and years old and therefore completely outdated.
I have found the best utility for the MAC to emulate the Windows split window option is an application called Cinch. You can download it from the Apple Store. It runs in the top toolbar as a dotted line box looking icon. When you slam the window to the left, it does a half left screen. Same thing to the right. If you do it to the top it maximizes the application window. If you want to license it, the Cinch utility is $7.00. Well worth it.
Try turning on App Expose in the System Preferences. I think in older versions of OS X it did this with F8, on my Macbook it was turned off but the default gesture was swipe down with three fingers. I meant a sofware what gives only space what the Window need. Read the image. I don't want full maximize. I want to give just enough space to windows.
Anyone who says the "snap" feature is useless is probably just a Mac snob. I have a MacBook Pro but as a student I use Windows 7 all the time on campus computers. The snap feature is the best thing to happen to studying since powerpoint. Apple needs to pick up their game and stop coming out with useless updates that make no real change (iPhone 4 and 5 are almost the exact same phone). I want the snap feature on my Mac!!!
Great way to endear yourself and your opinion to anyone¡
SHUT UP AND GO AWAY.