Do you ever have the need to work with multiple programs at a time? It’s pretty common to do so; in fact, that’s one reason people purchase wide-screen monitors or work with multiple monitors at one time.
I love the Snap feature in Windows 7 that allows you to snap a window to the left or right side of the screen. I use the Snap feature a lot when I want to work with two windows (could be a program or a document) side by side.
To snap a window to the left side of your screen, point to it’s title bar and drag it to the left. Once your mouse reaches the left side of the screen, the window is snapped into place, taking up half your screen space. When positioning your mouse to drag, I suggest you place it as far left as possible on the title bar so you don’t have to drag far.
Use the same procedure to snap a window to the right side of your screen, except point your mouse on the right side of the window’s title bar and drag to the right. When the window snaps to the right, you’ll have two equally-sized windows side by side. Here’s an example of two snapped windows.
And here’s a Windows Web site with a short video showing you how to do it: