How Do I Split Screen on Windows 8

Multitasking may be your virtue or may be imposed on you by the virtue of your profession. Whatever the reason is, splitting screen is a good way to work on your report while simultaneously replying to an email, chatting, listening to music, or doing other miscellaneous things. Splitting screen is also called “Snap an app” in Windows 8, which by default supports full-screen view for apps and other programs. Check the steps given below and split screen on Windows 8 to accommodate multiple program windows on a single screen.
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Things you must need:

  • Windows 8
  • 1366×768 screen resolution (a resolution lower than this will not work for screen splitting)

Step 1: Using Touch

With multiple windows opened on your Windows 8 screen, simply slide your finger from the left hand side to bring up another app window and then drag it to the right or left hand side until you see an opening in the rear. Do the same to open multiple windows and work in them.

Step 2: Using Mouse                                                                                                                                                          

With multiple windows running on the Windows 8 screen, move your mouse pointer to the left hand side of the app screen (to select it) until you see the second window. When the second window appears up, click and hold it and drag it to either left or right hand side and you are done.

Step 3: Resize Windows

To resize a window, simply drag the separator (the slider) and adjust the size.
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