Change Window Snap Options in Windows 10
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The first thing that we need to do is open "Settings". To do this, we need to click the lower-left corner of the screen.
Then. we click "Settings".
When "SETTINGS" opens, we need to click "System".
Now, we need to click "Multitasking". On the right side of the screen, we will have three sliders. One of them is "Arrange Windows automatically by dragging them to the sides or corners of the screen". It's currently set to "On".
This means that if we drag the window to the right side and let it go, the window will automatically snap to the right side of the screen.
If we click the toggle for "Arrange Windows..." and turn it off, then nothing will happen when we move the window to the right. This is the "Snap" option.
We can also snap Windows up.
We can snap Windows to the left.
We can snap Windows to any of the corners.
The next option is "When I snap more than one window, automatically adjust the size of the Windows". If we have this option enabled, and we snap more than one window, then the sizes will change accordingly.
The last option is "When I snap a window, show what I can snap next to It." For example, we can snap the window to the right. In this video, Camtasia Studio will be shown because the video is being recorded with Camtasia Studio. If we click the Camtasia Studio on the left, it will automatically be snapped to the left of the window that we've just snapped.
We set the settings according to our preference, and then we can close this window.
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