I’ve found a neat little program for Windows that allows window borders to “snap” and align with each other, the default behavior for many Linux desktops and WinAmp on Windows. I’ve really missed this feature when I switched back to Windows, so I’m very glad to find this program.
The program is called AllSnap by Ivan Heckman. When windows reach a certain nearness to each other, they will snap together. You can also configure it so that windows will not move or appear off the screen, so you should never lose any windows if they open offscreen (at least with most programs; programs with non-traditional windows will not respond to standard window hooks — I’m looking at you Rhapsody!)