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Windows Wiggle

Windows Wiggle

by Jason GreenMay 7, 2010

In Windows 7 there is a feature called Wiggle. I haven’t heard much about it, an I found it on my own by accident one day when I was moving some windows around in a hurry. I’m not sure what Microsoft calls it, but I call it Windows Wiggle. I wouldn’t be surprised if that’s what it’s called either, as the only thing you have to do to activate this feature, is Wiggle a window around, and it’s neighbors scatter. Kinda like when when you put a rubber snake in the dryer and your mom scatters laundry everywhere when she finds it…

This Screencast I made shows how easy it is….

Windows Wiggle Screencast Video on Green Complex


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Jason Green
The writer and owner of Green Complex, Jason is an A+ Certified for Computer Hardware egghead and Eagle Scout since 1999 but has been building computers and programming for much longer. An enthusiast to say the least, his hobbies also include photography, video games, and reading. See his proficiencies on Smarterer.
  • batrun
    December 4, 2010 at 7:01 am

    linux did that in 2000

    • December 7, 2010 at 10:02 pm

      Yep! Sure did, but Windows didn't, and that's what this article is about.

      I would make an article about something cool in Linux, if there was anything that was both new and cool. Unfortunately Linux already has about everything you can imagine, except large market share on desktop operating systems. So sadly until that day arrives, I'll be focusing on Windows here.

      I'm a Linux fan, but I understand that everyone is not.
      IMO there are too many distros, if there were only 1 that received everyones attention, I believe it would own hands down. I think Linux's time is still emerging however. Once 90% of applications are web-based, Windows may very well go bye bye, Or at least, open source! 😀

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