Monday, August 8, 2011

Tips: How to disable Aero Snap and quickly switch among the open Windows

If you’re trying to set some automatic actions, it is good for an easy work. However, if the automatic processes turn out to be frustrating, what you will do? Recently, we had a discussion on turning OFF the feature in Word that automatically selects entire words when you may be trying to select just part of a word. Similar to this, you may wish to disable Aero Snap. It is the feature that automatically snaps Windows to a certain size and position when you drag their title bars on the desktop.
Turning OFF this feature is possible though the setting to do isn’t readily apparent. Let’s discuss what we’ve to actually do.
1.    Open the start menu by clicking the start button or pressing the Windows key.
2.    Now, type mouse in the search file and program box.
3.    Then, it is required to change How Your Mouse Works from the list of items that are found.
4.    After that, it is required to select the checkbox for the option Prevent Windows From Being Automatically Arranged When Moved To The Edge Of The Screen.
5.    Make sure that this will also disable the Aero Shake feature that lets us shake a window to minimize all other open windows. Moreover, check out the option just shown above the Prevent Windows From Being Automatically Arranged.

6.    Note that this will also disable the Aero Shake feature, which lets you shake a window to minimize all other open windows. The Activate A Window By Hovering Over It With The Mouse checkbox can really streamline how you interact with a desktop full of open windows.
7.    Moreover, make sure that moving the pointer to a windows even just a corner of a window sitting behind other open windows that window will jump to the foreground and immediately become active.

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