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Splitting the W10 screen

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batpark

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Using a W10 PC, I would like to split the screen and thus be able to work two apps simultaneously. I used to do that with W98 but I never mastered it with W10. I expect it is not difficult; but I can't follow any of the many tip sheets I've examined by asking Google. The Help all seem to say it is easy to do, but then they just lose me.

 

Can a GtGer please provide me with <simple> instructions? Thanks. .... batpark

 


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dmccoy

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See the following for guidance

https://www.laptopma...snap-windows-10
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jamesmehraa

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It's an easy task, check out this video tutorial


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cute100charu

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To split screen in windows 10 you can use some windows keyword shortcuts.

  • Win+Right Arrow then Next Win+Up Arrow: To split screen at top right on computer screen
  • Win+Right Arrow then Next Win+Down Arrow: To split screen at bottom right
  • Win+Left Arrow then Next Win+Up Arrow: To split screen at top left
  • Win+Left Arrow then Next Win+Up Down: To split screen at bottom left.

I hope now you are able to do this.


Edited by cute100charu, 26 January 2019 - 03:13 AM.

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williamjoseph_lpa123

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Press the Button:-

Windows+Right Arrow key+ Up Arrow key


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Yes, thanks. .... batpark


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