The new experience lets you drag a window to the top of the screen to reveal the snap layouts, drop the window on top of a zone to snap it, and use snap assists to finish snapping the windows in the layout you selected. Similar to the original version of Snap layouts, the number of layouts will depend on the screen resolution, which means that you may see four or six different layouts in the drop-down. Furthermore, the company has improved snap assist to seamlessly animate between zones in a layout for a better end-to-end experience. Since features in the Dev Channel are experimental and not tied to any specific version of Windows 11, it’s unclear when or if this feature will ever roll out in the stable channel. In addition to these touch gestures, Windows 11 build 22557 also ships with a bunch of new features that may eventually make their way to the stable channel. For example, drag and drop capabilities for the Taskbar, folders in the Start menu, redesigned Task Manager, graphics improvements, and much more. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.