One of the things I miss in eeeXubuntu (or practically any Linux distro that uses KDE, GNOME or other similar desktop environments) is how I can move windows by just holding the alt button while dragging the window from any grab point. On Windows, you have to drag the window by its title bar in order to move it from one place to another.
This can be problematic with low-resolution screens like that of the Eee (particularly the 7-inch ones). There can be cases where Windows are non-scrolling, and you have to press confirmation buttons at the bottom. But there’s no way of accessing those buttons except for moving the window such that the top part is off-screen.
Both these scripts will let you resize just by holding down the alt key and grabbing the window from anywhere. You can customize AutoHotKey via script, while Win32WM offers customization via dialog box.