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Turn on or off Automatic Window Arrangement in Windows 10

By default, windows will be automatically arranged when they are moved to the edge of the screen in Windows 10 computer. To turn off or on automatic window arrangement, you can use the following two methods.

Video guide on how to turn on/off automatic window arrangement in Windows 10:

2 ways to turn off or on automatic window arrangement in Windows 10:

Way 1: Turn it off or on in Settings.

Step 1: Open Settings.

Step 2: Choose System.

Step 3: Select Multitasking, and turn off Arrange windows automatically by dragging them to the sides or corners of the screen.

Reversely, enable the same setting to turn automatic window arrangement on.

Way 2: Turn it off or on in Control Panel.

Step 1: Access Control Panel.

Step 2: Type auto in the top-right box, and choose Turn off automatic window arrangement from the search result.

Step 3: Under Make it easier to manage windows, select Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen, and then click OK.

Tip: To turn on automatic window arrangement, make sure the same setting is deselected.

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