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How to open two side-by-side screens?

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I would like to be able to open two, side-by-side screens on a Windows 10 laptop. Would someone please remind me how to do that? Thanks.  ..... batpark


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Maybe this will work

 

 

Show windows side by side in windows 10

    Press and hold Windows logo key.
    Press the left or right arrow key.
    Press and hold Windows logo key + Up arrow key to snap the window to the top halves of the screen.
    Press and hold Windows logo key + Down arrow key to snap the window to the bottom halves of the screen.


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zep516:    Thanks.  Not quite; maybe I am not following instructions.

 

With a screen covering the whole CRT:, I press and hold the MSkey + Left Arrow key (Home) 

 

But nothing happens.

 

Anyone have a suggestion?      batpark


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alt+tab bro)


Edited by ZoeSnack, 02 November 2020 - 05:57 AM.

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ZoeSnack: Thanks for responding. But I am afraid I do not understand. Is the key combo alt+tab, or something else? Can you please say more? ...batpark


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ZoeSnack: Thanks for responding. But I am afraid I do not understand. Is the key combo alt+tab, or something else? Can you please say more? ...batpark

This is a keyboard shortcut that helps you switch between your computer's tab screens))


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