This video shows how to quickly switch a window into full-screen view, or set two or more windows into a tiled split-screen orientation just by dragging windows to specific zones on the screen.
- [Instructor] Snap Assist helps … you position windows precisely on your screen. … Drag a window all the way to the left … or right edge of the screen. … If you have any other windows open, … you can choose which one you want to fill the other half. … You can drag the dividing line to change the split ratio. … Drag a window to the middle of the screen … to switch back to the regular window size. … Drag a window to a corner to make it fill 1/4 of the screen. … Or drag a window to the top edge of the screen … to maximize that window. … And you can drag it back to the middle … of the screen to switch back to the regular window size. … You can also position windows with the keyboard command. … Hold the Windows key and press one of the arrow keys … on the keyboard to position the active window. … …
- Using multiple workspaces
- Increasing contrast and inverting colors
- Modifying the taskbar
- Managing files
- Removing preloaded apps and tiles
- Disabling notifications for specific apps
- Drawing a route in Maps
- Adjusting system settings
Skill Level Intermediate
1. General Interface Tips
2. Modify the Taskbar
Hide the taskbar33s
3. File Management Tips
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4. Working with Apps
5. System Settings
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