Let’s understand how to disable or enable Snap Layouts on Windows 11 PCs. The new feature snap layout on Windows 11 helps end-users multitask more efficiently by arranging the application windows in predefined layouts.
There are six predefined snap layouts to arrange applications in an automatic/easy way. The Snap Layouts on Windows 11 helps avoid arranging applications windows using the very complex manual drag and drop process. We have explained Windows 11 new feature called Snap Layouts and predefined six layouts to arrange applications on the desktop.
The snap groups are here to help end-users to arrange applications automatically in 6 predefined snap layouts. In this post, we will see how to disable or enable snap layout on Windows 11 PCs.
How to Enable Snap Layouts on Windows 11
Learn how to enable snap layouts on Windows 11. You can follow the below steps to enable snap layouts on Windows 11. I think the new settings application on Windows 11 is very intuitive.
- You can open the settings application from the start menu button.
- Click on System.
- Go to Multitasking.
- Turn on the following option – Show snap when I hover over a windows’s maximize button by selecting the check box as you can see below.
How to Disable Snap Layouts on Windows 11
Learn how to disable snap layouts on Windows 11. You can follow the steps to disable the snap layout group settings.
You can open the settings application from the start menu button and Click on System.
Once you are in Systems, navigate to Multitasking.
From Multitasking options – Turn Off the following option – Show snap when I hover over a windows’s maximize button by removing the checkmark from the box as you can see below to disable snap layouts option.
How to Enable Multitasking on Windows 11
Now, let’s check how to enable multitasking on Windows 11. If the multitasking option is disabled (like you can below screenshot), then snap layouts won’t work. So, it would be best to make sure that the multitasking switch is ON from the settings app.
Open the settings app from Windows 11 start button.
Navigate to System tab from Settings application. And from System tab, you can navigate to Multitasking option to switch on button.
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