FoXpace: Manipulating Windows Based on the User’s Work History
吉田圭佑, 大囿忠親, 新谷虎松


Manipulating windows accordingly is to perform tasks when working. However, a manual window management become difficult with PCs gaining larger display areas, greater processing power, and more applications. In this study, we explored a prototype window manipulating system called FoX- pace. FoXpace captures user’s work history including window moved, mouse clicks, keyboard inputs, and application-switch. We developed an algorithm to determine the optimal position of each windows based on the user’s work history. This paper indicate possibility of an automatical window management for PC working with the user’s work history.