I’m sure every Windows 10 users is aware of the snap assist using keyboard short cuts with the Windows key or dragging a window’s titled bar to an edge of the screen to snap a window to one-half of the screen.
I’ve not heard or read about this one: snapping just the top and bottom to the edges of the screen. Move a non-maximized window to the center of the screen. Adjust the right and left edges of a non-maximized window so they are where you want them. Now, instead of dragging the title bar, grab the top edge as if resizing it, and move it to the top of the screen. Windows will snap the top and bottom of the window leaving the right and left edges where they were. I find this useful on wide monitors when I’m only working in one program, like a browser, and I don’t want it spread across the entire 27" or 34" of the monitor but maximize the vertical space.
Hope that makes sense and wasn’t something everyone else already knew about.