If you are a new Windows 7 user, you may have heard about the new auto-tile feature and wondered how it works. Although you can still right-click on the task bar to tile windows manually as in previous versions of Windows, Windows 7 has the ability to tile windows automatically, saving time and mouse clicks. Use the auto-tile feature in Windows 7 to view two windows or documents simultaneously on a large monitor.
This article will help you to tile screens in Windows 7.
- Open all the programs or folders that you want to open.
- Open 'Task manager'.
- Go to 'Application' tab.
- Select the tasks that you want to tile.
- Right click on the tasks that you want to tile.
- Select 'Tile horizontally' or 'Tile Vertically'.