|Debugging Tools for Windows|
To undock a window and make it a floating window, do one of the following:
When you undock a window by one of the preceding methods, the window returns to its previous undocked position.
You can also drag a docked window by clicking its title bar. This action enables you to move the window to a different docked position or undock it. (Dragging a docked window to a new position works exactly like dragging a floating window to a new position. For more information about dragging a floating window to a new position, see Docking a Window.)
When you try to undock or drag a tabbed window by any of these methods, only the active window in the tabbed collection is moved.