How to Remove a Cascade Window Screen


One of the convenient and powerful features of Microsoft Windows is the ability to open multiple applications, each in its own window. From there, you can view and use them, switching back and forth at your choosing. Windows also offers the computer user the option to cascade the windows, stacking the individual windows on the computer desktop, one on top of the other so that the title bar is visible. If you are a computer user that often needs to work with multiple windows at one time, it may be helpful to know how to implement and remove the cascade feature in Windows.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer with Windows operating system
  • Open all the software applications and/or programs that you wish to use.

  • Minimize the windows or restore them down by clicking on the appropriate symbol in the upper right corner of the window. This will allow you to see the task bar on the computer desktop.

  • Move your mouse over the task bar on the desktop and right-click on it.

  • Select the option titled "Cascade windows" from the drop-down menu that appears to cascade all the open windows.

  • Select the option titled "Undo Cascade windows" from the drop-down menu that appears to remove the cascade effect on all the open windows.

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