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On Windows 7 and 8, I used to use Win+Arrow to move windows around. My standard move was to Win+<= a Chrome window and then move out a tab and Win+=>.

The problem with Windows 10 is that when I do that the second window becomes unresponsive to keystrokes and mouse interactions. That's very weird. What is happening here, is that a bug? I tried to reproduce that with Firefox but I couldn't. But I also can see that since Windows 10 has virtual desktops and perhaps split screen, it can be a new feature that behaves differently from what I was used to.

  • The keyboard shortcut you describe works identically in Windows 10 to how it worked since it was introduced to Windows. – Ramhound Sep 14 '15 at 11:36
  • @Ramhound no, sometimes it shows all open windows side by side, OS X-style – Jader Dias Sep 16 '15 at 8:06
  • Do you have a program like StartIsBack or Start10 installed that modifies the behavior of the start menu? – Ramhound Sep 16 '15 at 11:01

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