Windows 10 could be getting a new multitasking feature to allow multiple windows to be snapped on your desktop – plus those running multi-monitor setups might be able to use different virtual desktops with each display in the future (more on that later).
First off, the concept of ‘snap-based task groups’ was pointed out by well-known Microsoft leaker Albacore on Twitter.
So, as you can see, the idea is that you’ll be able to drag app windows to the corner of the desktop, and “they’ll automatically size to fit perfectly, side by side” (as the options shown make clear, when resizing a snapped window, any adjacent snapped window will be automatically adjusted to fit).
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