«««To maximize, resize and position Windows in Windows
Windows a handy feature brings to window to shrink or to position, how you want it. See how easy you can get these actions.
so you minimize a window
the fastest way to do this is the keyboard shortcut [Win] + [Pfeil nach unten]. The window is in full-screen mode, see it after this keyboard shortcut first in its previous size and must press the shortcut again to minimize.
Alternatively, click the icon for the desired program in the taskbar or use the small button at the right top of the window.
Resize all Windows and Windows desktop
make free to invoke an object on the desktop quickly, you must often minimize a number of program until it for cleared up the virtual stack of Windows.
simple do it using the key combination [Windows + D] (mnemonic: “Desktop”) or a special, newly added Windows 7 taskbar button.
all right you will find a rectangle that looks quite inconspicuous.
click once on it, all open Windows of the screen disappear and you have free view on the desktop. Once again click restores the previous state.
there are also available in Windows 8 and 10 this area. However, that is not so obvious. As soon as you but move the mouse pointer in the lower-right corner and click the rectangle can be seen. If the click does not immediately work, move the mouse pointer again from the corner out. Then resize the window.
to bring a window to full screen size
- click with the left mouse button on the top of the window and hold down the mouse button.
- and then drag the window to the top edge of the screen.
- as soon as the mouse pointer above reaches the edge, a small circle appears around the mouse pointer around briefly. Also, border lines indicating that the window is magnified.
- as soon as you release the mouse, the window to full screen size is brought.
- to shrink the window again, click on the top bar of the window, hold down the mouse button and pull down the window. The Windows window then gets back its original size and can be freely positioned.
analogous to the keyboard shortcut for minimizing you can to maximize the combination of [Win] + [Pfeil nach oben] use.
an alternative method to get the window with the mouse to full screen size, is to click twice in the top of the window. Also then enlarges the window to full screen.
If this behavior of Windows bother you, you can turn off also the magnification window (see below).
window to full height pull, but keep the width
also if you want to move the window to the full height of the screen, Windows provides an easy way.
- run the mouse pointer over the top edge of the window, it turns into a double arrow.
- you drag the mouse pointer when mouse button is pressed all the way up to the edge of the screen.
- on reaching the edge of the a line indicates what the outline of the window will look like when you let go of the mouse pointer.
- as soon as you release the mouse, the window is enlarged so that it occupies the full height of the screen.
align window shortcut keys
in combination with the cursor window using keyboard shortcut can be quickly set.
the effects this always refers to the currently selected window.
|[Win] + [Pfeil links]||maximized on monitor half-width, left-justified|
|[Win] + [Pfeil rechts]||maximized on monitor half-width, right-aligned|
the last two keyboard shortcuts own just fine for two Windows for comparison purposes to align itself. You want to compare the technical data of two devices directly in the browser set in the browser with [Strg] + [N] in a new window and place through the combinations both browser Windows side by side.
when using multiple screens there are still more keyboard shortcut to place Windows on one monitor . Quickly arrange