Using Windows Snap on Windows 10

Windows 10 has a feature called Windows Snap. It allows you to do multiple things at once – play Minecraft while browsing the web.

To use Windows Snap, click Task view (next to Cortana) and right click on the the window you want to snap to the left. Click Snap left. Click task view again and find the Window you want to snap to the right. Right click on it and click Snap Right.

This feature allows multitasking on Windows 10. So, why not check it out?

2 thoughts on “Using Windows Snap on Windows 10

  1. In the olden days, you used to be able to have lots of windows opened and on screen at the same time. You could move them and resize them and it you didn’t want to have then on the screen, I think you just minimised them. Happy days 🙂

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    1. Yeah, I know, but a common problem with this is that some windows just overlapped each other so it wasn’t easy. You can still do this in Windows 10, but I prefer Windows Snap 🙂 🙂


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