The Aero Snap - Demonstration On Using Windows 7 Aero Snap Feature

Do you know the Aero Snap feature in Windows 7? What make it different from the Aero Peek?

With the Windows Aero feature enable, you can use your keyboard to move, maximize, or minimize the active window by using a new feature called Aero Snap.

What you needs? Just use the Windows key (the button with the Windows logo) along with the 4 Arrow keys (up, down, left and right) to adjust window position.

The following are demonstrations of the Windows 7 new feature - Aero Snap.

To manage window with Aero Snap

  • Open a program to run in window desktop (i.e. open Internet Explorer and go to Yahoo site).
  • Windows 7 aero snap

  • Ensure the open program is active and press Windows + Right arrow keys.
  • The active window moves to right of screen as shown here.
  • Windows 7 aero snap

  • Press the Windows + Up arrow keys, you will notice the window is maximized.
  • Press the Windows + Down arrow keys, you will notice the window is restored.
  • Press the Windows + Left arrow keys, the active window moves to left of screen.

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