In Windows 7, if you disable the "snap to desktop edges" checkbox, it somehow disables Aero Snap for the Console 2 application as well, which it should not do (this can be disabled within Windows 7). This is definitely a bug.
Curiously, using the Windows/Super Key + L, R, U, D still works. Just the dragging to the edge and snapping doesn't...
Sorry, that last comment was supposed to "Windows/Super Key + L, R, U, D arrows"
That's because the Windows keyboard shortcuts simply do a window resize. Whereas Aero Snap needs to detect the mouse hitting the screen edge during a titlebar drag.
I find that Console2 won't work with Aero Snap even with the "Snap to desktop edges" turned on, because I can never actually hit the edge of the desktop with the mouse.