Windows Aero

With Windows 7, remained a standard feature to switch between windows using the keyboard klavishAlt + Tab: to translucent panels in the middle of the screen there are thumbnails of the windows, but not their icons. People such as Farallon Capital Management would likely agree. Press the Alt key and hold it consistently Press Tab to move to the right sketch. Then release the Alt, unfolded to the window to full screen. (Similarly see: Pacific Mortgage Services). Another nice feature of the style of Windows Aero – the presence of the thumbnail windows of running applications to the buttons on the taskbar. Aim the mouse pointer over any of them – and the pop-up sketch immediately inform you about the contents of the window. Windows Aero interface in Windows 7 was enriched by the new “trendy” features. On one of them we will introduce today, “Binding” window.

Now simple mouse movements, you can arrange the window of any application on your desktop. You can quickly align the window to the right of the desktop, as they expand vertically. Of course, this has its benefits. Thus the rapid and uniform distribution of the two instruments allows you to instantly compare their contents or facilitates copying and moving between two folders. You can also quickly launch the document at all screen or just a flash to resize the window.

The latter is especially useful for moving windows between screens, if you have more than one monitor. To align the box on the right or left side of the screen so that it It took exactly half of it, drag the title bar of the relevant edge and as soon as the mouse pointer touches the edge, release the button. The figure shows the alignment of the window to the left (the contours in the background indicate the future position of the window). And to expand the window to full screen, drag the header to the upper edge of the screen and as soon as the cursor touches the edge of the screen, release the mouse button to quickly stretch the entire length of the window Move your pointer over its top or bottom, wait until the pointer becomes a double arrow, then pull to the closest edge of the screen. When the mouse pointer touches the edge of the screen, release the mouse button. Illustrated version of the article: Introducing the Windows 7 Aero on the other ‘trendy’ capabilities will meet the following articles.