Viewing two applications simultanously

We all know how to minimise and maximise our Windows applications and use the top bar to move them around the screen to view more than one or easily switch between them.

Split your screen for 2 Windows Application

BUT… did you know if you use your mouse to move the Windows Program / Application to one edge of the screen, the Window will automatically be forced to fill 50% of the screen. Do this with one program to the left of your screen and the other to the right and you can look and edit either screen without the annoying graphics overlaying the other.

Split your screen by dragging your Windows Application to the edges of the screen

Split your screen by dragging your Windows Application to the edges of the screen

The benefits of this is that you can work from one document whilst viewing the other.
Simply double click on the top bar again to expand to full screen.

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