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Windows 101: Multitasking made easy with Snap Assist
Snap Assist allows you to divide and conquer. Work using half of your screen while keeping your page tabs visible and quickly accessible on the other.
Meet Kelsey and Amanda: Reaching out to customers
Amanda Finney and Kelsey Hrubes from the Windows Community team help bring the community together with social media and the Windows Community website.
How are you using Windows to increase your productivity ?
My personal favorite Windows 10 feature is Snap. Snapping in Windows 10 a great way to use your screen real estate more efficiently if you have several pages or applications open. To snap a window, all you need to do is drag the top of an app window to the side. Then snap assists brings up other pages that are open, you choose your preferred one, and then pages/apps are placed side by side. This is extremely helpful for all the avid multitaskers! What is your favorite? MSFT Store Employee- Business Expert
how do you have 2 windows open at the same?
How do you put 2 open windows or 2 open programs at the same time side by side to work on both back in forth?
can laptop have split screen?
I don't know if it can have a split screen please help.
Easier navigation with Windows 10 tablet mode
Tablet mode makes it easy to eliminate the need for a keyboard or mouse. Traverse the Windows 10 operating system using touch as your main form of input.
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Hi people Just wanted to share a feature I really like. A shortcut for this is Win + D,use it once to bring all your windows down, they'll all stay open, just minimized. You can also use the button (looks like a thin line now) , next to the notification box where time and date is on the task bar. In windows 7 it used to look more like a button. hope this helps :)
Manage virtual desktop like a pro in Windows 10
Looking to divvy up daily projects to better focus on what you need to accomplish? Virtual desktop in Windows 10 to the rescue!
Back up with Windows to safeguard your information
Don't lose important or irreplaceable information if something happens to your device. Backing up your information is important and even painless, with tools provided in Windows 10.
Snap with Snap Assist. Snap Assist appears after you’ve snapped a window but have a lot of available space on your screen. Any other open windows are displayed in that space as thumbnails. To use Snap Assist, click the thumbnail of the window you want to open in the empty space on your screen.
The Snap Assist allows you to juggle apps, arrange open windows, resize windows by simply dragging and dropping them to the edges of the screen. If you don't want to get a quarter screen snap, you can change the settings of Snap Assist by follow the steps below: Open the Settings app. Click System. Click Multitasking.
Snap Assist to top and bottom in portrait mode In Windows 10, is there a way to make my windows snap to the top and bottom when I'm using my computer in portrait mode? I frequently need to take notes on the bottom half of the screen with a stylus, and keep another window open at the top for reference.
Under Settings > System > Multitasking, I have enabled the 'Snap windows' feature with all the options checked. I often use the 'Windows_Key + Arrow_Key' keyboard shortcut to snap the active window; however, most of the time, I have to press this shortcut twice to snap the window. By dragging the window, I have no issue.