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  1.    14 Dec 2015 #20
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    lindenkron,

    It's the speed used when crossing over that's causing it. You should be able to stop this without having to turn off Aero Snap by speeding up dragging the window a bit more while the pointer crosses over to the next display.
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  2.    14 Dec 2015 #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    lindenkron,

    It's the speed used when crossing over that's causing it. You should be able to stop this without having to turn off Aero Snap by speeding up dragging the window a bit more while the pointer crosses over to the next display.
    Ye I know how it works, but when you play games on low sensitivity (shooters) and you're doing stuff, you don't want to change your sensitivity hundreds of times a day, because windows decides to change a simple feature to be something stupid. I had it on for a while and I'm tired of raging at my mouse not moving cus it gets stuck. So for now I turned it all off and just don't have the feature to make a window "fullscreen" without having to double click, adding a delicious amount of extra clicks a day :/ . No one has been able to fix any of the issues yet, I'm pretty sure I'm going back to 7, and when that stops getting updated then I'll take it from there. Many years from now.

    This windows 10 doesn't seem to be worth the trouble

    I appreciate the time of everyone though, very kind!
    -lindenkron
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  3.    20 Dec 2015 #22
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    Hey Brink:
    I found if you turn off many appearance and performance settings, monitor crossover seems to be less sticky;
    especially 'show contents while dragging' and 'play animations in windows'

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  4.    20 Dec 2015 #23
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    Interesting. Thank you Edwin.
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  5.    20 Dec 2015 #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brink View Post
    Interesting. Thank you Edwin.
    You're welcome. On Build 10586.36 btw.
    See if you experience same.
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  6.    20 Dec 2015 #25
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    Edwin,

    I just tested, and didn't really notice any difference on my system. If I drag the windows slowly across displays, it seems to be able the same amount of stickiness caused by the delay for snap. If I move windows across at a normal or fast pace, there's no sticky lag.
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  7.    15 Aug 2016 #26
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    Hey,
    I have such problem with Aero Assist. When I use windows + arrow my currently active window is resizing. However when i drag it with mosue it does nothing. It simply doesnt work. I have tried all options mentioned above. Scanned for corrupted files etc etc. It still doesnt work.. Please help me!
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  8.    15 Aug 2016 #27
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    Hello Soszy, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    When you are dragging the window, do you see the transparent overlay appear when your pointer reaches the edge of the screen like below?


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  9.    15 Aug 2016 #28
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    I do not see them. I have all options turned on related to snap. I have downloaded .reg files to turn it on and i still dont have it.. But the keyboard shortcuts : win + arrow work..

    And I have found now another thing that annoys me. When i press left ctrl and i move mouse my active windo is moving towards edges depending when i move my mouse. How to turn that off?
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  10.    15 Aug 2016 #29
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    I'm not getting the same thing with left ctrl. It may be part of some OEM or driver software??
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