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How to Disable Double-Click to Maximize Windows Vertically in Windows

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In Windows, you can maximize a window vertically by performing one of the following actions:
  • While the window is active, press the Shift + Windows + Up arrow keys to maximize the window vertically, and press the Shift + Windows + Down arrow keys to restore/minimize the window vertically.
  • Move the pointer to the top or bottom border of a window until the pointer turned into a double arrow, and double click/tap.
If you like, you can disable the ability to double-click to maximize windows vertically without affecting being able to use the keyboard shortcut to maximize windows vertically.

This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable double-click to maximize windows vertically for your account in Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.


Read more: Customization - How to Enable or Disable Double-Click to Maximize Windows Vertically in Windows
 

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