Meet Wilma – The Windows Desktop Layout Manager

Windows Layout Manager is a freeware program that allows you to position  multiple windows on multiple monitors.

While it has many uses and features, it does not look like an easy program to use. To make proper use and get great mileage out of the Windows Layout Manager there are a few concepts about the program that are important to know about and understand.

List of features:

• Fine tune control over window position and size.
• Automatically capture the layout of all the windows on your desktop
• Automatically position any window on any screen at any place with any size.
• Supports minimizing and maximizing of windows.
• Supports undo and restore when applying a layout.
• Elaborate application options to control overall behavior.
• Window matching via title, process name, class name, based on full, wildcard, or regular expression.
• Supports copying of entire layouts, single windows, or windows between different layouts.
• Provides context pop-up menu for windows with quick layout options.
• Hotkey support for layouts.
• Hotkey support for individual windows.
• Hotkey explorer that shows an overview of all hotkeys used.
• Data files are stored in the folder in which the Windows Layout Manager is installed for easy backup of the configuration.
• Minimizes to the tray where it allows for quick layout changes via the pop-up menu.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. Rick

    You might include a link where you can download the application. His site where this can be found is at:

  2. The link is already mentioned at the end of the post.

  3. Rick

    Actually, that link takes you to a page without a download link. I had to go searching their site to find it in “ramblings” – not obvious on their side.

  4. Ahh … OK, thanks for posting it 🙂

  5. Scott Beamer

    Any idea where I can find the wallpaper shown on the monitors in the above photo?

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