Is there a way to force Windows 10 to tile, cascade, stack windows as it was done with Windows 7? The "new" "better" way could be fine if you are working with two windows, but this new notion of having to drag windows to the corners and sides to then select the other window, is not productive for me. Doing so with a multi-monitor setup is a nightmare, but it becomes a night terror if your are using two computers with the Microsoft program "Mouse Without Borders".
With Windows 7 you just right click on the task bar selected "side by side" and all windows got properly rearranged, easy, just one or two clicks. Those options are available on Windows 10 task bar but it doesn't work, windows are not properly re-sized, the entire screen is not occupied, you select side by side and you get tiles, etc.