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Windows 11 - Snap Your Apps to the Screen with Built-in Snap Layouts

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Windows 11 has incorporated the ability to snap your open applications to pre-defined areas on the screen. For many years now we've had the ability to snap a couple of apps to the left and right side of the screen. Then about two years ago, Microsoft Garage released Power Toys that had 'Fancy Zones' that allowed you to configure a bunch of areas on your screen and then snap an application by hold the shift key down and dragging the app to one of the sections.

Well, now Windows 11 has the feature built-in so you don't have to run Power Toys in the background. Plus you don't even have to press a key to activate it. Here's how to use Snap Layouts in Windows 11

 

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