One of Windows 10’s more useful features is Snap (formerly Aero Snap). In case you aren’t aware of it, here is a brief recap.
Snap is a multitasking feature which lets you work in two or more apps at once. You can snap two apps to either side of the screen, or three apps (two taking up one half of the screen), or four apps taking up a quarter of the screen each. How to Snap an app in Windows 10
1. Restore an app to its windowed mode 2. Click on its title bar, and drag it to either half of the screen, or to any corner. 3. It will automatically resize the app, to fit the area you dragged it to.
Once you have snapped an app, Windows 10 will [...]
Microsoft’s latest promotional video in the 10 Reasons to Upgrade to Windows 10 campagin, feayures Action Center, Task View and Snap Assist.
I have been predicting for a few days now, that the multitasking features will be shown off, and gladly, I wasn’t wrong.
But I did expect Microsoft to feature Action Center in a separately video. Though it does make sense to feature it along side the other two multitasking options. Action Center does have access to several toggles and grants access to various system apps, thus helping users to quickly switch to the apps. Plus, it also features the Tablet Mode, continuum, which to be honest, will not be used by [...]