Might be worth its own thread, but could you maybe post some info on how you have your (from what I remember) wild multi-monitor battlestation and window management stuff set up and how you typically use it? I could probably pick up a few things.Going back several replies and focusing on one facet that kasakka just mentioned for a moment, the windows popup window arrangement thing is very cool and brings that kind of functionality to masses of people who probably didn't use any 3rd party apps to do similar. Personally I use a stream deck's window management plugins and some displayfusion functions thrown in and have been for years. It's good to see that kind of thing become more standardized and is available on a default windows install or pre-built rig/laptop though, even if simplified in function since it is without any configuration effort required.
However the streamdeck and/or displayfusion method allows you a lot more control and you can do a lot more with it beyond the window's templates. Displayfusion also incidentally allows you to remove the borders from windowed mode apps/games (using a downloadable custom function), and swap back and forth with a hotkey/button toggle multi-press. It can also do virtual screens with dimensions you set up, and you can swap between different virtual screen setups on the fly - - or you can just make sets of saved windows positions on a regular full screen/array that you can activate on the fly which will shuffle out your app's window positions or back to them after you've moved something. You can set buttons up to do similar on a per app basis too, and launch, etc. etc. Best case use is via a streamdeck's buttons imo.
I have a super programmable keyboard (the horribly named Ultimate Hacking Keyboard) but have considered adding the new Stream Deck+ to my setup just to have those easy little display buttons so I don't have to remember where everything is.