Disable “Window arrangement” in Windows 7
Tips & tricks
Saturday, 24 January 2009 12:02

Deaktiver 'vindue arrangering' i Windows 7

One of the best new functions in Windows 7 is the improved windows handling function, you can drag a window to the top of your screen or one of the sides and it will become maximized or sized to fit half of the screen. The only problem with this procedure is that many people tend to pull half of the windows out of the screen to gain more workspace, but with Windows 7 the window will keep getting maximized or try to fit the screen, so how do we disable this?

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Deactivating this function will also deactivate the pull to the top of the screen, but this can be adapted after your needs.Deactivate Windows arrangement in Windows 7Open your Control Panel and look for the “Ease of Acces Center” and press “Make the mouse easier to use”
Mark the checkmark in “Prevent Windows from being arranged when moved to the edge of the screen” and press the apply button to save the changes.
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