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FastScripts adds functionality to other window managers such as SizeUp, including a script for tiling all open windows. Scripts can be run by binding to keyboard shortcuts. http://www.red-sweater.com/fastscript/
Apple has its own charm. Instead of working like Windows screen, you may create desktops as many as you want. Personally, I do work on multiple screens as full screen. Press F3 Button. Now From Right top side, Move your cursor to top and press + . Finally You can Swipe between Multiple screens simply by swiping 4 fingers Right or Left. Hope you like this ...
http://www.bettertouchtool.net/ has a 'Window Snapping' setting which will work exactly as you want. In fact, I believe it's better than the way windows does it as it can also snap to the inside edge of a multiple display desktop! I also use it to reverse the scroll direction for left-right window changes without also changing the up/down scroll ...
You can use Better Touch Tool. There's the possibility to maximize the the window, take only half of the screen etc. Just like in Windows. Additionally You get great tool to assign custom keyboard shortcuts and mouse/touchpad gestures.
As noted, there are 3rd-party apps. The one that I've been using for years now is MOOM. It's like Aero on steroids, and in my mind gives you better control using either hotkeys or right-click:
There are many 3rd party applications that brings Windows aero snap like abilities to OSX. I suggest iSnap. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/isnap/id420332190?mt=12
In most applications, double click on the title bar to maximize a window, similar to the previous function of the green button.
I'm a Spaces user of long-time habit, even though I've always had 2 screens. I find the best way to get around is to pin specific apps to specific Spaces [then remember where they live, which is the only difficult bit] If no apps are yet assigned this way, then switch to the chosen Space before launching the app, then right click the app in the Dock & ...
Either change your desktop wallpaper to black, so you don't notice it; or add a black 5px line to the bottom of your preferred wallpaper.
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