[00:03] Hello guys, today I'm gonna show you a software that can help you work with many jobs at the same time a.k.a. 'multitasking' more conveniently than ever, let's see it!
[00:09] You must install it first, to know exactly how a bunch of features, that is hard to describe by words, works like.
[00:24] The free version comes with limited features, of course.
[00:44] The installation is straightforward; you just need to hit Next buttons then Finish.
Mine is something similar because I early installed it.
[1:07] You can try the Paid version for a while then come back to the Free one, free.
[1:20] "Windows 10 has a handful of features that you may be overlooking that can make you a more effective and efficient multitasker. Learn how you can better juggle multiple windows and apps with these tips" – cnet.com
[1:40] You can access AquaSnap via Start Menu or from the Task Bar.
[2:13] Always On Top
Need to keep an eye on a small window?
This is the best way to have this window always visible while working on a full-screen application.
[2:26] "It can be overwhelming when you're working with a lot of apps and files, but Windows 10 can help. We'll show you five multitasking tips to help you become more productive on Windows 10" – windowscentral.com
[2:50] Drag the windows which you need to focus, then move your mouse around to see it become blurry and stay there even you switched to another window.
[2:58] Let see how easy it is to have a checklist in WordPad, make it on top, then you do other jobs without forgeting a task/its order, for example.
[3:11] Windows Docking
[3:25] Windows 10 comes with better Aero Snap; however, it isn't enough.
Have you ever wondered how to have 3 or more App windows together?
[3:34] With AquaSnap, you can drag a window to an edge to get it in position immediately, like this.
[3:45] This can let you interactive quickly among windows, rather than make a window on top for referencing like Always On Top.
[4:00] Windows Tilling
[4:11] Windows Docking makes your windows fit fixed blocks on the screen.
However, if you resize one window, it will override others.
Don't worry, you can resize all of them!
[4:58] "These multitasking features in Windows 10 range from simple Windows keyboard shortcuts and all the way to modern virtual desktop experiences. In this post, I would like to tell you some Windows 10 multitasking tips and tricks which I have known" – fossbytes.com
[5:24] Windows Snapping
[5:34] It makes sure you're not let a window overrides others then hide their information when you resize/drag a window.
[6:03] Window Stretching
[6:09] Windows Docking only can split your desktop space into pre-defined positions.
If you need more, Windows Stretching is there, you can maximize a window vertical or horizontal as you need.
[6:57] "Using ALT + TAB / SHIFT + ALT + TAB had been used from ages. While they are good at letting you switch between next, and previous tabs, if you have like ten to fifteen windows open, you will end up putting up more time to find out the window you want to switch. Not to forget that as the number of open windows increase, the size of the title text for each tab reduces as well" – thewindowsclub.com
[7:40] Move Windows Together
[7:49] Another cool feature is you can move adjacent windows together without reorder, drag, etc.
[8:56] Mouse Shortcuts
[9:15] You can also use your 'mouse' to access AquaSnap's features quickly, as described here.
[10:47] "Window docking
Split your desktop in one easy gesture
Drag and drop your windows to the sides or corners of the screen, and they'll automatically be resized to fit one half or one quarter of the screen. This feature is just like the built-in Aero Snap function of Windows 10, but with more possibilities! This is especially useful on either a 4K monitor or multiple monitors" – nurgo-software.com
[11:54] AquaSnap Properties
[12:00] You can customize features of AquaSnap via this Dialogue, like: mouse shortcuts change, Windows Docking blocks' size defines, Always On Top blur degree, etc.
[13:10] Make sure you master each function one-by-one first.
[13:20] Feel free to ask me questions!
Have fun :3