Amethyst Windows v2
The dynamic / automatic tiling window manager for windows 10/11 along the lines of ianyh/Amethyst.
A very quick screencast of basic functions is available.
- integrated with windows 10/11 virtual desktops
- fully customizable shortcuts
- supports multi-monitor set-ups
- automatic updates
- open source
- available for x86, x86-64 architectures
Default Keyboard Shortcuts
Amethyst Windows uses two modifiers.
The keyboard shortcuts configured are:
||Rotate layouts clockwise|
||Rotate layouts counterclockwise|
||Swap focused window to main window|
||Swap focused window counterclockwise|
||Swap focused window clockwise|
||Move focus to previous window|
||Move focus to next window|
||Move focus to previous monitor|
||Move focus to next monitor|
||Expand main pane|
||Shrink main pane|
||Move window to next monitor|
||Move window to previous monitor|
||Force windows to be revalutated|
||Throw focused window to virtualdesktop left|
||Throw focused window to virtualdesktop right|
||Throw focused window to virtualdesktop 1|
||Throw focused window to virtualdesktop 2|
||Throw focused window to virtualdesktop 3|
||Throw focused window to virtualdesktop 4|
||Throw focused window to virtualdesktop 5|
This layout has one column per window, with each window extending the full height of the screen.
The rotated version of Horizontal, where each window takes up an entire row, extending the full width of the screen.
This layout places the windows in grid occuping space in horizontal when necessary.
This layout places the windows in grid occuping space in vertical when necessary.
In this layout, the currently focused window takes up the entire screen, and the other windows are not visible at all.
The rotated version of tall.
The default layout. This gives you one “main pane” on the left, and one other pane on the right. The main window is placed in the main pane (extending the full height of the screen), and all remaining windows are placed in the other pane. The main pane can be shrinked/expanded.
This software is released with the MIT license.