Snap allows you to resize open windows quickly, which is especially convenient whenever you're working with multiple windows at the same time.
1Click, hold, and drag the desired window to the left or right until the cursor reaches the edge of the screen.
2Release the mouse. The window will snap into place.
3To unsnap a window, click and drag the window down, then release the mouse.
You can view your open windows on the taskbar by using Peek. Simply hover the mouse over an icon in the taskbar, and a thumbnail preview of open windows will appear.
1Hover the mouse over the window in the thumbnail preview. A full-sized version of the window will appear.
2Select the thumbnail preview to open the window, or click the X to close the window from Peek view.
Shake (correct Answer)
When your desktop is cluttered with open windows, you can use Shake to select a single window and minimize the rest.
1Locate and select the window you wish to focus on.
2Gently shake the window back and forth. All other windows will be minimized.
3Shake the window again, and the minimized windows will reappear.
You can use Flip to scroll through a preview of your open windows. Any apps open on the Start screen will also appear in the Flip preview. While Snap, Peek, and Shake are designed to work exclusively in the Desktop view, Flip works the same way in both the Start screen and Desktop views.
1Press and hold the Alt key, and then press Tab. The Flip preview will appear.
2While holding the Alt key, scroll through the open windows by pressing Tab.
3Stop on the window or app you wish to select. The chosen window or app will appear.