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Windows 8 : Running Programs and Apps (part 2) - Arranging program windows

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Arranging program windows

You can use options on the taskbar shortcut menu to arrange all currently open program windows. To get to that menu, right-click an empty portion of the taskbar, or right-click the clock in the lower-right corner of the screen. Figure 4 shows the options on the menu.

FIGURE 4 Taskbar shortcut menu

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The four options that apply to program windows on the desktop are similar to the options you get when you right-click a taskbar button that represents multiple instances of one program:

  • Cascade Windows: Stacks all the open windows like sheets of paper, fanned out so that all their title bars are visible, as in Figure 5.

    FIGURE 5 Cascaded program windows

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  • Show Windows Stacked: Arranges the windows in rows across the screen, or as equal-sized tiles.
  • Show Windows Side By Side: Arranges the windows side by side. As with the preceding option, if you have too many open windows to show that way, they’ll be displayed in equal-sized tiles.
  • Show The Desktop: Minimizes all open windows so that only their taskbar buttons are visible. You can see the entire desktop at that point. To bring any window back onto the screen, click its taskbar button. To bring them all back, right-click the clock or taskbar again and choose Show Open Windows.

The only way to truly appreciate these options is to try them out for yourself. Open two or more programs. Then try each of the options described to see their effects on your open program windows.

 
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