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    Is it possible to disable the Aero Snap option in Windows 7? How to do it?

    Many a times when I work with Windows 7 I get annoyed when using the different Windows because whenever I drag the window it automatically goes and fit in either of the half in the screen. So is it like possible to disable this Aero Snap option in Windows 7? How to do it?



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    Re: Is it possible to disable the Aero Snap option in Windows 7? How to do it?

    Yes, you can disable the Aero snap option from Windows 7 if you feel it’s annoying but this is one of the main feature introduced in Windows 7 and sometimes it will look odd if we are not used to it. Just follow the given steps to disable the Windows Aero Snap option,
    STEP 1: Got to Windows Search from Start and type “Ease of Access” -> Open Ease of Access Center.
    STEP 2: Click on “Make the mouse easier to use” option and then find the checkbox labelled “Prevent Windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen”.
    STEP 3: Select that option and Click Ok to confirm it.
    Now you can see the options disabled by moving the windows through both the ends.
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    Re: Is it possible to disable the Aero Snap option in Windows 7? How to do it?

    Follow these steps:

    1.Open CONTROL PANEL and click on EASE OF ACCESS CENTER ICON.

    2.Now, click on MAKE IT EASIER TO FOCUS ON TASKS link present at the end.

    3. Now enable "Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen" option given at last and click on Apply button.

    4.Now you disable that feature.

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!

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    Re: Is it possible to disable the Aero Snap option in Windows 7? How to do it?

    "Aero Snap" lets you minimize, maximize or resize programs windows by dragging-n-dropping them to the screen corners e.g. you can maximize a window by dragging-n-dropping it to the top of screen.

    Follow these simple steps to disable "Aero Snap" in Windows 7

    1. Open Control Panel and click on "Ease of Access Center" icon.

    Opening_Easy_of_access_center.jpg

    2. Now click on "Make it easier to focus on tasks" link present at the end.

    Disable_Aero_Snap_in_windows_7.jpg

    3. Now enable "Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen" option given at last and click on Apply button.

    Disable_Aero_Snap_in_win_7.jpg

    4. That's it. It'll disable "Aero Snap"

    Regards,
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    Re: Is it possible to disable the Aero Snap option in Windows 7? How to do it?

    In order to disable Aero Snap options in Windows 7, follow these steps:

    1. Open the Control Panel.

    2. Selct the option- Ease of Access Center Icon.

    3. Click on Make it Easier to Focus on Tasks link present at the last of dialog box.

    4. Now, enable "Prevent Windows from being Automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen."

    5. Click Apply.

    Wish you GOOD LUCK.

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    Re: Is it possible to disable the Aero Snap option in Windows 7? How to do it?

    hi there,yes you can disable AERO SNAP by following thse steps:*Open up the Control Panel and head to the Ease of Access section.*Under "Ease of Access Center", click the "Change how your mouse works" link* scroll down to the "Make it easier to manage windows" section*Check the box that says "Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen@.that`s it and you`re done.thnxxx.

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