Windows 10 allows you to arrange multiple windows i.e. Apps, Programs, Files and Folders, in many ways. You can have them stacked or arranged in a way that you can view them all together. So you can play a movie on one side while working on the other, while the third part is just displaying live stats from the stock market. Let’s learn to Snap & Arrange Multiple Windows in Windows 10
How to Snap & Arrange multiple windows in Windows 10
In Windows 10, the screen is divided into four quadrants. In each, you can have one window arrange or windows can expand up to two quadrants.
- To use this feature, Open couple of apps and program. Next, resize them instead of the full screen.
- Now you have two choices here. Use Keyboard or Mouse.
- Using Mouse or Touch, drag an open Window it extreme left and you will see it getting snapped there and on left thumbnails of all the windows will appear. Select any of them and it will occupy the right half. Now you can resize and add one more.
- Using the keyboard is probably the best.
- Fist make one Windows go full screen.
- Now press WIN + LEFT Arrow and it will snap to the left and will show you snap assist.
- Select the one you want.
- To resize, press WIN + Down and it will occupy less space and give you the option to add more windows.
Cascade, Stack or Side by Side
These are from the old school, and you mostly know it. For newcomers, this is less complicated than snap.
- Have Lot of open Windows.
- Right click on the taskbar and look for options which say
- “Cascade Windows”
- “Show windows stacked”
- and “show windows side by side”
The last one is easy, and so are the first two.
Honestly, Snap is what you should be using. Period.