In Windows 8.1 Update 1, Microsoft introduced a behavior where if you happen to have multiple displays and move the mouse pointer over to the other monitor while dragging a window for example, it blocks them at the corners. You have to move it fast in order for the mouse to not stick. This stickiness of the mouse pointer was a Windows 8 feature which could be disabled by a Registry tweak. Unfortunately it doesn't work in Windows 10. However I found a workaround for this.
With this app, snapping to the corners and edges still works but without interfering with the dragging of the windows in any way!
It has an installer and is available in a portable version too which runs as a silent app, so to terminate it, use Task Manager. It is written in native code (Delphi) so it doesn't take much memory at all. You can make a shortcut to the EXE of the portable version in your Startup folder or use the installer version.
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