What's afoot here? Was there some Windows Update that made the change? Did I accidentally change a setting? It's happened to me over the last several days probably around 30 times. Yes, hitting ESC to fix it isn't very time consuming, but it's pretty shocking when it happens and it's distracting. I don't want this happening when i don't want it to. I never initiate window tiling, don't figure I want to start doing so. Certainly I don't want it to happen when I had no intention to do it. I don't usually try to scroll using the Trackpad. I generally use up/down keys or click on the arrows or shaded bar in the scrolling bar at the far right of a maximized window to do any scrolling on this, my laptop that I use without a mouse. Maybe my technique isn't optimal. Anyway, unintended window rearrangement is obviously silly.
Dec. 2010: Now thought to be over 11 miles wide!
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