Having shown a glimpse of Windows 7's sex appeal at PDC 2008, Microsoft can now expect developers the world over working to bring 7-exclusive features to the Vista faithful.
One of the first already on offer is AeroSnap, a small application developed by Christian "edgi" S that adds Windows 7's snap-to functionality to Windows Vista.
Once installed, dragging any window to the top of your screen will maximise it, and taking it to the left or right will snap it to the side and re-size at 50 per cent for easy side-by-side tiling. Here it is in action:
Looks pretty handy, but users should be aware that they may experience the occasional error as AeroSnap is currently only available in beta form. We can expect many other Windows 7 imitations over the coming weeks, we're holding out for VistaPeek and Vista7Taskbar.
Official product page: AeroSnap.de.vu