Hate how your application and system windows automatically snap to the corners of the screen in Windows 10? Here’s how to turn off the Snap feature.
Snap Assist in Windows 10 enhances the traditional Snap feature by recommending companion apps when a user snaps one app to a side or corner of their screen. This can be helpful in many cases, but power users may wish to handle this process themselves without Microsoft’s suggestions. Here’s how you can disable Snap Assist in Windows 10.
Aero Snap is a feature introduced in Windows 7 that lets users position and resize desktop windows by dragging them to the edges of the screen or double-clicking their title bars. But sometimes Aero Snap is more of a pain than a convenience, and some users may want to fully control the size and position of their desktop windows themselves, without the well-intentioned but often incorrect “help” from Windows. Thankfully, you can disable Aero Snap in Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 with a quick trip to the Control Panel. Here’s how to do it.