Tile And Resize Your Monitor Screen With Winsplit Revolution

Tile And Resize Your Monitor Screen With Winsplit Revolution

To get the work done efficiently, one should use multiple monitors instead of using a single for numerous works. However, if the addition of some more monitors in your work is going out of budget, then simple software applications will surely help you. The utility named, WinSplit Revolution will allow you to manage your work more systematically. This helps you to view and make cross reference among all of the windows in a very easy way.

The installation process can be carried out in two ways. The first way is to install this program as usual and as a second way, you could just copy all the utility files in a specific folder and use it as a portable application. You could also transfer this folder to the removable devices so that, it can be used in other systems.

After normal installing, a small icon will take place on the system tray. When you click on the icon, a small pop up menu will be displayed. With this pop up menu, you could resize any window to the top right, center, bottom left and etc and thus, to do so, there is no need to adjust them manually.


Now you can change the layout of windows with your own choice. While going to combine them with hotkey settings, the program simplifies the necessary steps for moving a particular window to its desired location. All you have to do is just hit the specific hotkeys and you’ll get all your working windows arranged nicely on your tiny monitor screen.

WinSplit Revolution works great with Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista including 32 bits and 64-bits OS. The software is absolutely free to download and you could download it using this link.

What Is Raised Floor Cabling

In a standard raised floor cable setup. Horizontal and vertical bars are placed on the actual floor which creates a raised grid like structure. Inside this grid, flat panels are fixed and under this raised surface, all tupe of cabling is laid out. In some cases the chilled air is also pumped through this false flooring.

Raised floors is a good in terms of aesthetics as long as the complete cabling goes beneath the false raised floor and reaches the servers through the bottom cable sockets of Racks. So, it is mostly invisible from outside making the place look cleaner and neat. The other benefits of Raised Floor cabling are heat management and easy access to the hidden cables.

Cables in a raised floor setup should be run through the raceways ( cabling channels ). This helps protect them from interferences caused by power cables, security devices and fire suppression systems which are also generally laid down in the same raised floor area. Raceways also help in the distribution of cool air.

Almost all type of cabling such as structured network cabling, electrical cables, KVM wires and if required telephone wires, all go through this grid and pass through the bottom of each rack location power receptacles. Then these wires are passed into and connected through the Rack patch panels. The child air is pumped to the room through the placement of solid and perforated floor tiles.

And as discussed earlier using a raised floor setup one can make most of the patch cords and pathways invisible by keeping them away from the sight. This not only enhances the aesthetic value of the room but also makes the devices less prone to damage or getting manhandled.

But, one problem which we face most often with false flooring deployments is that, if your datacenter is scaling up rapidly and you have not planned the growth properly while deploying the datacenter, then there is a chance of the false flooring not taking the load of the equipments. But with a bit of planning such kind of issues can be tackled easily.