TheÂ Snap windowsÂ feature in Windows allows you to automatically resize and arrange windows on your screen.
Windows 11 includes a newÂ snap layoutsÂ feature that allows you to select how to snap the current window.
Just hover your mouse over a windowâ€™s maximize button to see available snap layouts, then click on a zone to snap the window. Youâ€™ll then be guided to snap windows to the rest of the zones within the layout with guided snap assist. For smaller screens, youâ€™ll be offered a set of 4 snap layouts. You can also invoke the snap layouts flyout with theÂ WinÂ +Â ZÂ keyboard shortcut.
Starting withÂ Windows 11 build 22523, Microsoft is showing snap groups inÂ Alt+TabÂ andÂ Task ViewÂ just like when you hover over open apps on the taskbar, and see them on theÂ taskbar thumbnail previews.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable show snap groups on taskbar thumbnails, Alt+Tab, and Task View for your account in Windows 11.