Here’s how to use split
screen on Windows 10.
In this video, we’ll cover
a few window-snapping variations.
Use the clickable links below
to skip around to different options.
Windows 10 expands on the
of prior OS versions.
To start split screening, click and hold
on the title bar of the window to snap.
Drag it to the left or right edge
until your mouse cursor disappears.
When the window stops moving
and flashes an outline of the window,
you can release the cursor.
The window is now pinned
to this half of the screen.
On the left, a collection
of other active windows will appear.
Click on any of your active windows
to snap them into that half of the screen.
A handy keyboard shortcut
laptop riser for desk rebranded the two-window process
is the Windows and arrow combo.
With the window active,
click the Windows button
along with either the
left or right arrow key.
The window will now automatically
take that half of the screen.
Repeat that process with another window
on the opposite side
or click one of the options that appears.
You can do three or even
four snapped windows as well
on a larger monitor by
dragging into corners.
Take a window and drag via
the title bar like before,
but instead, bring it to
a corner of the screen.
As this window is now snapped to a corner,
you can take another window
to fill the space below.
With the right side filled,
the left will present options
to fill the remaining slot
as a larger third window.
If you’d like to add a fourth from here,
take that left window
and drag it into a corner like earlier.
Then fill the final space
with your fourth window.