Multitasking in windows (a suggestion for Win 10)

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  1. nnthemperor

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    Hi guys,
    I've always wondered why the multi window (snapping two windows side by side) both on the desktop and the metro environment is not smartly implemented. I believe it should rotate with the screen orientation. I mean in landslide orientation the windows or snapped apps should open side by side but in portrait mode they should open one up and one down ( and not side by side because of the narrow screen area). Samsung got this right in their touchwiz multi window implementation. I hope you understand my point well. If anyone testing the windows 10 technical preview understands my point, could you add the request to the WTP feedback site?
     
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    Thanks Gary, quick an enlightening piece of information there. Snapping in Windows 10 will be awesome because of this.
     
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    Oh, Snap! :)
     

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