I didn't probably explain very well.What do you mean ? When you maximize a window it goes to full screen.
And there is no Aero snap in 11 is there ?
I thought it was gone from 10, but apparently not ?
The Snap windows feature in Windows 11 allows you to automatically resize and arrange windows on your screen. See also: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/snap-your-windows-885a9b1e-a983-a3b1-16cd-c531795e6241...www.elevenforum.com
I see but seems like I still have to adjust the windows.
Either drag them or use the WinKey+< >, I know of no other way.I see but seems like I still have to adjust the windows.
I still have to press Windows button and arrows on the keyboard. Seems like there is no way to do it automatically...
Hmmm..., works here if I size and position them manually!I want my screen to be divided 50/50 and to have Google Chrome for example on the left side and the other window on the right side but the problem is once I close Google Chrome I always have to resize the window manually
That's exactly what I am looking for since I don't want to resize manually all the time.Hmmm..., works here if I size and position them manually!
Bear in mind, you have to manually re-size all 4 sides of each window, Windows will not remember a Snapped position.