Windows 10 has a wealth of nifty, new features, but I cannot get my head around some of the new settings.
One of them is that every time I want to arrange my windows side-by-side I have to tell it what I want to “snap” next to it. That default setting is probably great if you didn’t know about the functionality, but if you’ve been using it since 2011 it might drive you around the bend.
So I was delighted when one of my delegates in a recent 60-minutes Windows webinar shared how to change the default setting.
With special thanks to Neil Marr and apologies that I hadn’t spotted it in the chat.
* Unless stated otherwise this tip is written for Microsoft 365 desktop apps and Windows 10 users.
PS To help you put these tips into practice I have developed a series of 60-minute webinars, giving you the opportunity to see the hints, tips and time-saving shortcuts in action. Learn how to be a Clever Clogs for £24 only. And following requests, I’ve started scheduling some of my 60-minute webinars on Saturdays. Hope to see you there!
21 June 2021