Windows 10: Remove / Disable "task view" from Windows 10

  1.    01 Dec 2016 #1

    Remove / Disable "task view" from Windows 10


    I'd like to remove the ability to open or activate "task view" at all times.
    I'm not asking for how to remove the icon from the task bar.
    I'm wondering how to disable it from windows 10 entirely.

    I find it very distracting how "task view" opens after you resize a window by dragging the window to an edge. At that point, the "left over part of the screen" fills up with task view, which is not wanted at all in my work environment.

    Thank-you. I hope this Q makes sense.
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  2.    01 Dec 2016 #2

    Go to Settings/System/Multitasking turn Snap off. Unless you like Snap, then just turn off When I resize a snapped window, resize adjacent window/
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