Windows 11 has a new feature called Snap Layouts which is something similar to Snap Assist on Windows 10. When hover the mouse pointer over the window’s maximise button located at the top-right corner, a small screen will display with available snap layouts, you can click one of the zones you want to snap the window to.
This article will show you the setting for how to disable or enable snap layouts to show when mouse pointer hover over window’s maximise button.
Step 1: Press Windows + i key on the keyboard to open the Settings app. Alternatively, you can click the Start menu and select the Settings gear icon located at the top of the menu by default.
Step 2: Click on the System on the left sidebar.
Step 3: Click on Multi-tasking section.
Step 4: Click on the Snap windows dropdown menu.
Step 5: Uncheck the Show snap layouts when I hover over a window’s maximize button checkbox.
Step 6: Close the Settings app.
Step 7: Try to hover the mouse pointer over the window’s maximise button again, the small screen for snap layouts no longer displays.
If you change your mind and like to enable back the snap layouts screen display for window’s maximise button, repeat the steps above and check the Show snap layouts when I hover over a window’s maximize button checkbox.