You may use the split-screen capability that Microsoft included with Windows 7 by hitting Windows and the arrow keys simultaneously to split the application’s screen in half. This function is quite helpful for taking notes because it allows you to open a browser on half of the screen and a notepad or Word document on the other, where you can start typing. Windows 11’s snap window functionality has undergone a redesign, and we can confidently state that it is the best of all previous iterations. Although the shortcut continues to function in the same way, splitting the screen in half no longer does much. Here’s how to effectively utilise the functionality in Windows 11.
Enable snap window
Although this functionality is turned on by default, you can double-check to see if it is.
Step 1 Click the Windows symbol in the toolbar or hit the start button on your keyboard.
Step 2: Open it by searching for “Snap settings” online.
Step 3Always turn on the snap window option.
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How to use snap window
After turning on the option, you may now divide the applications into six alternative layouts.
- Two, 50/50 split
- Two, 70/30 split
- Three windows into thirds
- Three, 50/25/25 split
- Four windows into quarters
- Three, 25/50/25 split
To utilise it, simply press Win+Z to bring up the option, or hold your cursor over the window’s maximise button on any application to see the split-screen possibilities (there might only be four, depending on the version of Windows and screen size).
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With Windows 11, you can now multitask and experience a seamless user interface.
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