The new Windows 7 introduced few new unique features, which you won’t find in Macintosh or Linux. Aero Snap is a new feature that allows you to drag your window onto the edge and the whole window will auto resize. For example, when you drag a window to the right edge, the new window will auto resize to fit just right half of your whole desktop. Vice versa when you drag the window to the left, it will fit the left half of your monitor.
Drag the window to the top edge, it will auto resize to fix maximum. To restore previous windows size just drag window out from the edge. This will automatically resize the window to its original size.
Aero Shake, works when you have multiple windows open at the same time, this will allow you to hide the other window other than the one you’ve selected. When you select a window, hold the top bar and shake, shake it real hard. And Woha ! You should see all your other windows minimized to the Super bar
Some keyboard shortcut that also does the job.
Windows key + Home = Aero Shake (hide all window other than the current active window)
Windows + up arrow = Snap top (maximize current window)
Windows + down arrow = Minimize to the Super Bar
Windows + left/right arrow = Snap left/right
Windows + T = Preview/Scan active windows in Super Bar to open press enter
Windows + (+/-) to zoom in/out
Windows + Space = preview desktop all active window become transparent
Some old useful windows keyboard shortcuts:
Windows + E = launch Windows Explorer
Windows + D = Show Desktop
Windows + M = Minimize all windows
Windows + Tab = Aero application switcher
Alt + PrintScreen = print current windows only
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