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HP Pavilion all in one touchscreen, my screen is split horizontal, I already tried Settings>System>Multitasking>Snap Windows>OFF and it doesn't work.  What else can I do?

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@autoglass1 -- in the top-right of the window on the right-half of your screen,  there are three icons:

1. "underscore" -- to hide the window

2. "square" -- to "maximize" the window

3. "red-X" -- to close the app that is painting the window.

 

Click the "square" to maximize the window.

Or, hold-down the Windows key (bottom-left) of your keyboard, and press the "up-arrow" key, to "maximize" the window.

 

Yes, dragging a window partially off the right-hand edge of the screen will "snap" that window to the right-hand 50% of the screen, as will holding-down the "Windows" key (bottom-left of your keyboard) and tapping the "right-arrow" key on your keyboard, unless you have disabled "Snapping".

Similarly Windows-key-plus-left-arrow "snaps" to the left 50% of your monitor.

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