Insider Preview Windows 10 Snap feature


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Recently a few of us were discussing the improved 'Snap' feature in Windows 10. This is when open Windows are snapped to either the right or left side of the screen. Windows 10 has seen this feature improved on and now open windows can be snapped not only to either left or right but upper or lower quadrants as well:
When it was introduced in Windows 7, Snap showed potential as a windows management technique. When Windows 8 came out, Snap sort of fell by the wayside, but it eventually resurfaced in 8.1 when the feature was enabled for Modern Apps. With Windows 10, Snap has really become a truly slick feature. You can now snap windows to the four corners and the two windows in a split-screen formation. There are other cool new features as well. Let's take a closer look.

TechRepublic carries an interesting article detailing this improved feature:

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