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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. Click the thumbnail of the window you want to open in the empty space on your screen.
Snap assist was already 'on' by default on my touch-enabled laptop but still not working correctly. Windows+arrow key combination does not work. I can snap right or left by dragging title bar with mouse but can't drag top or bottom (which Win 10 is supposed to let you do). Snapping also doesn't work using touch and drag.
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. ...
I'm running Windows 10 with the latest updates. The Snap Assist multitasking features are a bit dodgy. The issues appear intermittently, and are as follows: When I snap a window, Snap Assist does not
I have a problem with Snap Assist in Windows 10: Firefox, Notepad 2 and Putty do not trigger the Snap Assist function on my primary monitor. All other applications I have tried work fine, and these applications interestingly do trigger snap assist on my secondary monitor.