Today’s enhancement might even be a little bit better. SolidWorks 2012 now comes with multi screen support. This is an enhancement that users have been clamoring for since the introduction of multiple screens. As you can see in the image below, there are now 2 additional buttons that are located next to the window minimize, maximize, and close buttons. These 2 buttons serve primarily 2 functions.
The first function is if you are running multi screens, by clicking 1 of the buttons it will move that window whichever direction you tell it too. This is hard to show in an image, but trust me, it works.
The other function is if you are only running 1 screen, those 2 additional buttons allow you to easily tile 2 windows to your screen similar to the Windows 7 functionality when you tile windows to the left side and/or right side or your screen. This is what the image below shows.
This enhancement is only capable of handling 2 screens currently. I would say that this enhancement proves that SolidWorks is listening to its users. Again, nice job SolidWorks developers!