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Services Published date: 05/19/2022
  • Country: USA
  • City: new york

1: Drag and Drop   The drag and drop technique is fairly simple and as easy as it sounds. You can get both tabs or screens to show side-by-side on your Chromebook by using drag and drop. It is an excellent tool for anyone who wants to refer to two things at the same time. Here is what you have to do:   Launch the app or tab that you want to use.   Click and hold on the menu bar of the tab.   Drag that window to the left or right of your screen.   Let the window go when you see an outline around the edges.   Do the same with the other window on the other end of the screen.   See also  Understanding Bitcoin and Altcoin Made Easy ! In the end, you will see the two windows simultaneously and can work on both of them. This feature is similar to the screen split feature on Windows 10.    #2: Maximize Button   The maximize button can technically do the same thing as the simple drag and drop technique. You can get a simultaneous view of both screens as efficiently as the first method. If you have some trouble with drag and drop, you can try splitting the screen with the maximize button. Here is what you need to do.   Open the tab that you want to split.   Look for the maximize button on the top right corner of your screen.   Click and hold the maximize button until you see two left and right arrows.   Keep holding down the maximize button and move your cursor towards one of the two arrows.   Dock the tab on either side of your screen, similar to drag and drop.   Do the same one more time, going over the other arrow.  


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