When I open desktop software (remember when it was software and not apps?) in Windows 10 they are all over the place. So I use the snap to feature a lot Win+Left or Right arrow. This leaves me with half the screen occupied by the app and since I have 27" screens there is plenty of free real estate and under utilized app space. Hence I resize the windows to take up 75 - 80 % of the screen. I then open another application and do the same thing all over again. That way I have two big applications with lots of real estate running side by side on the same screen. Easy to click on the other windows when I need to switch between the two applications. But rather tedious to setup to go through every morning. Since I have two of those big external monitors it takes a few minutes. So it got me thinking, why can't Microsoft make the snap to feature more customizable? Seems they are doing exactly the same things that are wrong with Apple, insisting on controlling the user's environment. Why not a Save this configuration command upon the Close bar (?), so the next time I open the application it will snap to the left margin on monitor 2 taking up 77 % of the real estate and the same goes for the other applications as well.