Manage the Position of Windows in Windows 7

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    For an example, we're going to open the Computer window
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    Windows 7 allows us to snap the Windows to the edge of the screen easily, or go to full screen.
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    To snap the window to the right side of the screen, for example, we simply drag it and wait for the window outline to appear
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    When we let go of the window, it will be pinned to the right side
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    We can do the same thing for the left side
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    We can maximize the window by dragging it up
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    Another way to do the same thing is to press and hold the Windows button on the keyboard and then use the arrows
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    For example, pressing left will attach it to the left side of the screen.
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    Press the right arrow while holding the Windows button to move it to the right
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    Press the up arrow while holding the Windows button to maximize
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    Press the down arrow while holding the Windows button to minimize
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to manage the position of Windows on Windows 7 computers
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Lukward Thomason

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