Why use a tiling window manager? A tiling WM lets you easily organize windows and adjust their layout on the fly by using keyboard-driven commands.
Under the hood, GlazeWM adds functionality to the built-in window manager and uses the Windows API via P/Invoke to position windows.
Winget installs portable packages in %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Winget\Packages\ by default. This can be overrided with the flag --location \path\to\folder.
The configuration file for GlazeWM can be found at C:\Users\<YOUR_USER>\.glaze-wm\config.yaml. If this file doesn't exist, it can optionally be generated with some sensible defaults on application launch.
The available keybindings can be customized via the keybindings property in the config file. A keybinding consists of one or more key combinations and one or more commands to run when pressed.
A full list of keys that can be used for keybindings can be found here. Numbers can be used in keybindings with and without a D prefix (eg. either D1 or 1 works).