How To Turn On/Off Snap in Windows 10

When you turn on/off Snap in Windows 10 you can execute multiple tasks at a time. Snapping in Windows 10 is a great way to use your system screen real estate more efficiently. Snap is also available in previous versions of Windows but some new features have been added to Windows 10.
Assume you have another open window after snapping a window, you will see snap assist. Using snap you will see the other apps as thumbnails in the available space.
Snap helps you to work with more than one window of the programs you are running on your system. By default Snap is turned on but if you want to turn on/off snap manually, here we will tell you how to turn Snap on/off in Windows 10.
For using a snap window you can use the following Windows keys:
  1. [Windows]+[Left Arrow]
  2. [Windows]+[Right Arrow]
  3. [Windows]+[Up Arrow]
  4. [Windows]+[Down Arrow]
The following is the procedure for turning on/off Snap in Windows 10.
Step 1

Click on the home window bottom and go to the Settings app.
Figure 1: Settings app
Step 2

After clicking Settings a new window is opened, then go to the System category.
Figure 2: System settings
Step 3

Check the left side bar of Settings, there are many options, click on Multitasking.
Figure 3: Multitasking option in System settings
Step 4

In multitasking you will be able to see the snap option.
Figure 4: Snap option in Multitasking
Step 5

Under Snap on the right side, move the Arrange windows automatically by dragging them to the sides or corners of the screen slider to the right to turn it on.
Figure 5: Actions you can do in Snap
Now your system's snap feature has been activated.
You can also turn on/off when I snap more than one window, automatically adjust the size of the windows and when I snap a window, show what I can snap next to it.
Note: If you want to turn off snap move the slider right to left.
Summary: this article showed how to turn on/off Snap in Windows 10.

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