cascading windows


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cascading windows

[ka‚skād·iŋ ′win‚dōz]
(computer science)
Two or more windows displayed so that they overlap but their title bars are still visible.
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cascading windows

Displaying windows in a progressive order so that all the title bars appear on screen at one time.


Cascading Windows
The Cascade function organizes open documents or images one after the other as in this example.
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