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    I do want to point out, however, that the keyboard shortcut for snapping has existed since its introduction in Windows 7 (quarter snaps are obviously completely new). In fact, I have been using them since ~2009 to snap to the inside borders of my dual monitors!

  • sixstorm

    I need to check with my supervisor to see if we have Windows 10 RTM via MS Licensing Center yet . . . I'll upgrade ASAP. Having virtual desktops in Windows (finally) is gonna be sweet.


      I was dubious until I found this article. I use workspaces all the time in OS X, but the gestures is what sells it to me. I've never been able to work virtual spaces into my workflow before on Linux (or Windows with add-ons) due to the extra work moving between them.... and lack of notifications. The bouncing icons in the dock to grab your attention definitely help on OS X.

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