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Override aero snap case by case?

It there a way to disable the snapping feature of Aero for a single operation? For example, sometimes I want to move a window to the top of the screen, but Windows maximizes it. Or extent a window to ...
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Snapping a window vertically makes it expand up both monitors

I have two 1920x1080 monitors arranged on top of each other. When I snap a window that is in the bottom monitor to the bottom edge of that monitor, it expands so the window takes all the way from ...
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Hello, I have an issue with Google Chrome

When I "snap" the browser page to my monitor I am unable to "unsnap", by that I mean drag my mouse to the top of the blue bar, well normally blue, some people change it with themes, and then drag down ...
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How to force Internet Explorer to keep its window size when being docked?

Using Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8, the window size is being remembered, when the IE window is not docked/snapped to an edge. As soon as I dock IE to one side of my screen, close it and reopen ...
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Windows 8: docking/snapping windows to more than left or right [closed]

Anybody know of a program that'll allow me to dock windows (non-metro apps) to more than just the left or right of the desktop? I have a 27 inch 1440p monitor that I bought with the idea of being ...
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Window 7 - Dual monitors window alignment off

I have this problem where the taskbar takes up the whole screen on my main monitor, but when I try to drag a window and have it snap to the left side of my main monitor, it leaves a gap of about two ...
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Gnome3 Classic and Window Snap

Is there any way to enable Windows Snap in Gnome3 Classic? I've been using KDE4 and there it's out of the box. Right now I'm testing Kali Llinux and I'm trying to get it work. I want a lightweight ...
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How to reset AeroSnap to correct monitor size

I have dual monitors on Windows 7. Sometimes AeroSnap uses a wrong monitor size on my first monitor and windows then snap to about two third of my screen when try to snap to the right screen border. ...
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Can I Aero-snap to the top/bottom instead of left/right when using Portrait display mode for a monitor? [duplicate]

I want WINDOWS+LEFT and WINDOWS+RIGHT to snap to the top half and bottom half respectively. Any solution works, be it a registry hack, driver setting, or program I can run. This question is asking ...
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How to disable Windows 7 feature that maximizes a window to full screen when moved to the edge of the screen (but keep keyboard shortcuts working)?

I followed this advice: Windows 7: How to disable auto-maximize/resize window (aero-snap) when near screen edge? But it also turns off the feature where pressing WinKey + Left/Right Arrow, fit the ...
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Save aero-snapped window position

In Windows 7 it's convenient to "aero-snap" a window to the edge of a screen and there are some programs I always expect in a particular position (eg. Windows Explorer snapped to the left, Chrome ...
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prevent Notepad++ from resizing when a new document is opened

I run notepad++ snapped to the side of my screen (using the Windows 7 Snap feature), however whenever I open a new document in Notepad++ by double clicking on the document from the desktop (as opposed ...
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Drag + hotkey to move windows to other viewports/workspaces with Compiz

I normally have Compiz disabled on my Ubuntu box. However, I decided to enable it so that I could get Windows 7's "Aero Snap" functionality. (Instructions on how to get Aero Snap with Compiz are ...
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Windows-7 snap Windows-left/right doesn't work fully for console (command-prompt) in dual monitors

Start>Run>cmd Select the command shell window Use windows-left and -right. Observe that it doesn't go to all four positions (left of left monitor, right of left monitor, left of right monitor, right ...
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Windows 7 Aero Snap two windows horizontally

As many people already know, there are several ways to trigger Windows 7 Aero Snap feature. A user can either press Win+{Left,Right,Up,Down} to snap the window to the left or right or maximize or ...
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Window key commands stopped working on Windows 7

I have 2 monitors, and use the Windows snap feature frequently. In order to use the snap feature to position 4 Windows equally through out 2 different monitors you need to use the Windows key and the ...
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How do I turn off window maximization when reaching the edge of the screen in Windows 7?

The title sums it up, pretty much. I tend to arrange windows on the screen manually, and when I bring a window too far up it automatically maximizes itself. How do I turn this off? It drives me nuts!
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Replicate Windows 7 Snap behaviour in Vista/XP?

Windows 7 has the new Snap feature: the process of pushing a window against the side of the screen (or using a new hotkey) to snap it onto part of the screen space (this also allows for easy ...
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Aero Snap is great, but are there any Windows 7 utilities to make windows snap to each other?

I loves me some Aero Snap, but I'll admit to a little disappointment: when it was first announced, I pictured a feature by which the edges of non-maximized windows would 'snap' against each other when ...
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How to disable maximize-on-top-drag?

In Windows 7, if you drag a window by its title bar to the top of the screen, the window maximizes. This annoys me -- if I am dragging a window to the top of the screen, it is because I am ...