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Windows 7: how to disable only one of the automatic arrangement function?


19 Jan 2012   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64bit SP1
 
 
how to disable only one of the automatic arrangement function?

I love the windows auto arrangement function when moved to the edge of the screen, however there is one that is very annoying, that is bottom edge.

I have one of my monitor in portrait mode, and sometimes I want to view two windows, one on the top and the other on the bottom. But I can not cover the all the area down the bottom because once I go near the bottom edge, Windows maximizes it.

Now I know in the "Make the mouse easier to use" page, I can "prevent" it all, but I just want to disable the bottom edge and leave the top, left and right edge as the way they are. How can I do that?

Thanks.

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