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Topic # 108535 31-Aug-2012 13:57
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Apologies - no idea how to desribe this:

I have a new 24" screen - it's awesome.

Now for Windows 7's best feature - snapping windows to the left, or right of the screen by dragging it to the left or right.  What I want to do is make it by default so it doesnt snap to taking up 1/2 the screen, rather, mayby 2/3 and 1/3 respectively.  I.E. I can have my email client, word whatever, snapped to the left to take up 2/3 of the screen, and a PDF, Webpage or whatever snapped to theright.

Can I do this quickly or am I doomed to doing it manually?

Cheers

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  Reply # 679741 31-Aug-2012 14:20
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And as a bonus - is there a way to make a folder stay "on top of other windows" the way you can with VLC?

I need to monitor that folder from time to time...

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