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If you use Win10, you can use Snap. Hold Windows key (flying flag thing) and the right or left arrow key. One document will "snap" to the side of the arrow you clicked (if you used left, it goes to the left) and the other open windows will appear on the other side for you to choose. You can also put up more.

There's a lot of how-tos about it out there. I just found out about it a few weeks ago and use it often. There is also Taskview but that's only good if you have a bunch of windows and some are for one project and some are for another. Otherwise, kinda useless since you can't customize it further.

If you use Win10, you can use Snap. Snap Assist. Hold Windows key (flying flag thing) and the right or left arrow key. One document will "snap" to the side of the arrow you clicked (if you used left, it goes to the left) and the other open windows will appear on the other side for you to choose. You can also put up more.

There's a lot of how-tos about it out there. I just found out about it a few weeks ago and use it often. There is also Taskview but that's only good if you have a bunch of windows and some are for one project and some are for another. Otherwise, kinda useless since you can't customize it further.