How to make two windows stack to fill the screen

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  1. Posts : 40
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       #11

    OK, well yesterday I tried the "show windows stacked" option from the taskbar for the first time since the results posted above, and once again it did the 1/3 screen sizing with each of the two open windows that were maximized. I checked the Settings, and Multi-Function is still turned off. The PowerTools setup still does the trick.
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       #12

    spoolin01 said:
    OK, well yesterday I tried the "show windows stacked" option from the taskbar for the first time since the results posted above, and once again it did the 1/3 screen sizing with each of the two open windows that were maximized.
    Same for me. I toggled the setting to re-apply and just logged off/ on and no more 1/3 screen.

    I'm not sure what changed the settings or why they did not persist.
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  3. Posts : 40
    Windows 10 Home x64
    Thread Starter
       #13

    I checked again and got 1/3. I toggled the Multitask back ON, and got 1/2. Then I toggled it off, and got 1/3, then ON again - 1/2. Bizarre.
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