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  1.    06 Feb 2015 #71

    Edwin said: View Post
    BunnyJ said: View Post
    All right, for some reason I can open explore, center it and it remains centered for me at least.

    Jeff
    Open and close it repeatedly and it won't open in the same spot each time.

    (btw - if you click on my .gif in post #65, does it play in your browser?)
    Gif works for me using IE11. Bouncing all over the place huh.
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  2.    06 Feb 2015 #72

    The Gif works in Pale Moon
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  3. Posts : 8,345
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       06 Feb 2015 #73

    usmc362 said: View Post
    Well I sure hope they fix the windows staying centered on the desktop
    Still not sure if it's a glitch or not but this may be a partial explanation:
    If you 'wheel click' File Explorer to open multiple instances of it, they open cascaded instead of on top of each other, (then again, did it always work like that? I'm not sure now!)

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       06 Feb 2015 #74

    Edwin said: View Post
    usmc362 said: View Post
    Well I sure hope they fix the windows staying centered on the desktop
    Still not sure if it's a glitch or not but this may be a partial explanation:
    If you 'wheel click' File Explorer to open multiple instances of it, they open cascaded instead of on top of each other, (then again, did it always work like that? I'm not sure now!)
    I can't find it now, but somewhere I've run across a way to cascade files and folders or open in a separate window. I'll keep looking, but meanwhile, here's the only hint I have.
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  5.    06 Feb 2015 #75

    usmc362 said: View Post
    Dave44 said: View Post
    hopefully today is the day of new build
    Well I sure hope they fix the windows staying centered on the desktop
    I seriously doubt that any "fix" will occur for that issue, if there really is one in the first place.

    Jeff
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  6. Posts : 8,345
    Windows 10 Professional
       06 Feb 2015 #76

    WHOA! Look what happens when you click on 'Show windows stacked'!
    That ain't the 'stacked' I remember!
    (What's that, Super Snapping?!)

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       06 Feb 2015 #77

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    usmc362 said: View Post
    Dave44 said: View Post
    hopefully today is the day of new build
    Well I sure hope they fix the windows staying centered on the desktop
    I seriously doubt that any "fix" will occur for that issue, if there really is one in the first place.

    Jeff
    I just click the box for a full screen so I don't know if it's centered or not. And if it's smaller than my monitor, I just go to personalize and fit it.
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  8. Posts : 14,404
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       06 Feb 2015 #78

    Edwin said: View Post
    WHOA! Look what happens when you click on 'Show windows stacked'!
    That ain't the 'stacked' I remember!

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    OK, that's what I was looking for! Where did you find it?

    To me, stacked is one on top of the next one. That's more like side by side or tiled.
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  9. Posts : 14,404
    Windows 10 Insider Preview
       06 Feb 2015 #79

    Never mind, I found it.
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  10.    06 Feb 2015 #80

    Are you thinking of - right click taskbar - show windows stacked, or, show windows side by side? Of course, they can only stack to the height of your screen, and then start the next stack (side by side) hence the picture.
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