Note: Not about the Windows 7 feature to snap windows to the left-half/right-half/maximize/minimize using win key plus arrows.
As someone with poor eyesight Ivan Heckman's allSnap software (150beta) has improved my ability to work with multiple Windows Explorer windows on screen by x1000. I can easily snap them together. allSnap uses 'hooking' to snap windows together, which is only supposed to be used in debugging environments, but it has never caused any issues with other areas of my computer. Under Windows 7 32-bit (my main desktop PC) I can do this flawlessly no matter if I am resizing a window or if I am moving a window, it will snap to another window when it comes within 10 pixels of it.
I am having issues with the software in Windows 8 32-bit Enterprise N RTM (my laptop), whereby I can only get two Windows Explorer windows to snap together if I am resizing them, not when I am moving them. I have fired off an email to Ivan to see if he will be able to help, but in the event that I get no response I was wondering if anyone here knew of a way to solve the issue?