Multiple windows in Windows 10

Windows 10 is having numerous features “Multiple Windows” is one of them. In this feature user can work with multiple windows at a same time.

SNAP

Snap will allow you to resize windows speedily, which is especially helpful when you want to see two windows side by side. User can do this by clicking and drag the desired window to the left or right until the cursor reaches the edge of the screen, then release the mouse. The window will split into place. To unsnap a window, simply click and drag the window down.

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If you have more than one window open when snapping, you’ll be to able to choose a window to snap to the other side of the screen automatically.

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FLIP

You can use Flip to control between open windows. Simply press and hold the “ALT” key from your keyboard, then press the “Tab” key, keep pressing the Tab key until the desired window is selected.

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TASK VIEW

 

There is another feature similar to “FLIP” feature, called “TASK VIEW”, but it works a little bit differently. To open the “TASK VIEW”, click on the “Task View” button on the bottom left on the taskbar or you can press “Windows key +Tab” on your keyboard. All of your open windows will appear, and you can choose your required window.

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VIRTUAL DESKTOP

Instead of keeping all your stuff on one desktop, you can move some of your stuff on Virtual desktop. This feature wasn’t available in previous versions of Windows, and it is very helpful for managing a lot of windows at the same time. To create a new desktop, open Task view, then select New desktop near the bottom-right corner.

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Once you have created multiple desktops, you can use Task view to control between them. You can also move windows between desktops. To do this, open Task view, then click and drag a window to the desired desktop.

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When you want to close the virtual desktop, first open Task view and click the “X” in the upper-right corner of any desktop you want to close.

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SHOWING THE DESKTOP

 

If you have more than one window is open at the same time, it will be difficult to see the desktop. You can simply click the bottom-right corner of the taskbar to minimize all open windows. Just click it again to restore the minimized windows.

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