WindowSizer, the tiling window manager for Microsoft Windows, was released this summer and continues to mature. Feedback has varied from “fast and powerful” to “a throwback to Windows 1.0”. Most are curious and there seems to be an acknowledged window management issue. Less clear is how this problem should be solved. With WindowSizer you can create a tiled workspace with automatic window resizing, swap window positions with drag and drop, quickly open saved sets of windows, quickly close all windows, hide Internet Explorer and Explorer toolbars quickly and more. Is the program on the right track? What’s the future of window management, especially on the Windows platform?