Saturday, October 30, 2010

How to turn off the Auto-Maximize Snap Feature in Windows 7

You might have notice when dragging windows in Windows 7, you can see the windows suddenly 'snap' and maximized if you drag the windows close enough to the edge of the screen. Some find it useful, but not for me. So after some googling, here is what you can do to disable it.

1. Go to “Control Panel - Ease of Access Center”.
2. Go to “Make the mouse easier to use” and check the item “Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen”.
3. Click apply and try dragging any windows to see the different.

Tomorrow I will continue with 'snap' feature by using keyboard. Subscribe to my RSS or mailing list or follow me on blogger or twitter. :)

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