Yesterday, I showed you how to display multiple apps side-by-side on your desktop using the Windows 10 app snapping feature.  You can click here to check out that article.

Today, we’ll find out how to control the way open programs display on your desktop. Start by right-clicking on a blank spot on the Taskbar. This menu will pop up.

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We’ll be concentrating on these settings:

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Windows is called Windows because you can have multiple programs (windows) open at once and displayed on your desktop. Here’s my desktop with several windows open.

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Next, here’s what it looks like when I choose the option to Cascade.

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Here’s what they look like Stacked.

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And here’s what happens when you choose Side by Side.

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