When dealing with a computer, we can be sure the user opens multiple programs. At least the minimum is two windows programs including the Windows Explorer window, and running programs such as MS Office or other programs. Programs or applications that are currently part of your job, Photoshop, Corel Draw, Adobe Design, the browser for blogging, and many other programs in which every time you open or turn on the pc, these programs are interconnected. That is to complete a job, the user can not rely on just an application only.
It is usually done with a lot of programs running right now is to minimize and maximize the process of alternately between one program to another program. Another way is also often used is to use "Alt + Tab" key combination to switch to the other window to another window. In this way the user would find it difficult if you have to compare the contents of the work in one program with another program.
A more effective way is to open all the windows that are active in the monitor, so that the user can compare between one program to another. The windows will open with the same size with each other. The downside of this method is the window size will be smaller and will become smaller if the number of windows opened also more and more.
How to Open Multiple Programs Windows Appear All in the MonitorHow to make all of the windows can be opened in precision or fit in the monitor are:
On Windows XP: Right click on the taskbar and select Tile windows horizontally if all open windows horizontally or vertically Tile windows if all open windows vertically.
In windows 7 do almost the same, just a different sound only sentence that Show windows stacked and show windows side by side.