This type of utility always gets abandoned at the end. Plus, when you get used to using something like this too much, you feel completely lost when you have to work on another Mac without it. Furthermore, all the milliseconds you think you might be saving is entirely erased almost instantly once you have to troubleshoot for high CPU usage, things not working right, etc. Unlike general stand-alone apps, this type of utility is hard to make it stable and reliable, because it has to handle a huge variety of scenarios system-wide with a bunch of other apps.
macOS's default Mission Control works just fine. I used to use stuff like this in the past, but I found it rather redundant and unnecessary once I learned to use all macOS default features effectively.