Multitaskers, this is for you. If you work with multiple apps and windows at once, you might find it frustrating to constantly switch back and forth between those windows. Or maybe, depending on what you’re working on, you need to look at two windows at the same time. If you’re copying info from one document into a spreadsheet, for instance, it can help to see those two windows side-by-side.
If you’re lucky enough to have the space for a , that’s one option. Otherwise, there may be a relatively straightforward way to fix this problem. Apple launched its macOS Catalina operating system with a split screen view function. That means you can fill your screen with two apps without having to resize and drag your windows. If you’re using Catalina or a later version, you should be able to access this feature. Here’s how. Read more…
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