Here’s how you can streamline working on Windows 11 with Snap Assist

We all prefer a smooth device which offers lag free performance and also makes it easier to multi-task. The roll out of Windows 11 has made a few devices smoother and easier to work with. Windows 11 offers multiple useful features which streamlines the working process. One such feature is Snap Assist. This feature on Windows 11 allows users to organize windows, optimize screen space, and maximize productivity with a snap. Here are 5 ways to get the most out of Snap and arrange all your open windows:Snap with a mouseTo use the feature you can select the title bar of the window you want to snap and drag it to the edge of your screen. An outline indicates where the window will snap to when you drop it. Drag it to the left or right side of your screen, depending on where you want to snap it to. Snap with a keyboard To snap with a keyboard you can select the window you want to snap and press the Windows Logo Key + Left Arrow or the Windows Logo Key + Right Arrow to snap the window to the side of the screen where you want it to be. You can also move it to a corner after snapping it. With the window selected, press the Windows Logo Key + Up Arrow or the Windows Logo Key + Down Arrow to get it into the desired corner. Snap with Snap Assist Snap Assist appears after you’ve snapped a window but have a lot of available space on your screen. Any other open windows are displayed in that space as thumbnails. To use Snap Assist, click the thumbnail of the window you want to open. If you have two windows displayed side-by-side, you can resize both windows simultaneously by selecting and dragging the dividing line. Snap groupsWhen working on a specific task, it can be useful to have two or more open apps or windows that create a snap group. You can open another app if you’re interrupted and then, when you want to get back to the snap group later, hover over one of your open apps in the taskbar to find it. Snap layoutsTo optimise your screen space and your productivity, hover over a window’s maximise button or select a window and press Win+Z, then choose a snap layout.