Windows 10: Can't disable docking of window dragged from one monitor to another
Can't disable docking of window dragged from one monitor to another
I've already disabled the "Snap" feature in Settings => System => Multi-tasking. This turns off docking *within* a single monitor, but does nothing to disable docking of windows dragged from one monitor to another. EVERY time I drag a window from one monitor to another, it docks.
I have also checked the relevant registry key and it is properly disabled, but that is not helping.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER => Control Panel => Desktop => WindowsArrangementActive = 0
HOW DO I DISABLE THIS FEATURE?
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