• Thu. Jan 21st, 2021

How To Split-Screen On Your Computer

How To Split-Screen On Your Computer, There are two options either using your cursor or using the keypad. First I will show you using the cursor though I recommend you using the keypad.

After you split the screen the pages that you are viewing should have a tablet or smart phone look automatically readjusting fo size. If this does not happen you need to reload the page.

Split Screen Using The Cursor

Choose the program window that you want to snap to one side of the screen. Click on its title bar and drag it to one side of the display until the mouse pointer touches the edge.

You will now see the program on one side of the computer. It may be google or Terebelo.com.

Click your second program and it will ocupy the second half of the screen.

By default, both windows occupy 50% of the screen. To adjust put the mouse between both windows. The pointer should turn into a two-headed arrow click and drag to your desired size. 

The Keyboard Shortcut On How To Split-Screen On Your Computer

Want a faster way to do this on your keyboard? In your active window, press and hold the Windows key and then press either the Left or Right Arrow key.

This will snap the active window to the left or right. Repeat on the second window that you want to occupy the second half of the screen.

Splitting The Screen Between 3-4 Programs

The process is similar to snapping a window to either side of the screen:

Choose the program window that you want to snap to one side of the screen. Click on its title bar and drag it to one side of the display until the mouse pointer touches the edge.

Drag your second window to the lower right corner the same way you did the first. When you let go of the mouse, the right side will now have 2 windows.

On the left side of the screen, will be all the other windows you have open. Click the program you want and it will snap and fill up the entire left side of the screen.

If you want to pin four windows, drag it by the title bar to the upper left corner.

Finally, click a remaining program to pin it to the lower left corner. 

Splitting The Screen Between 3-4 Programs

Press and hold the Windows key followed by the Left or Right Arrow key to snap the active window to the left or right. Next, press and hold the Windows key followed by the Up or Down Arrow key to move the snapped window into the top or bottom corner.

How To Unsnap Your Split Screen

At any time, you can “unsnap” a window by clicking and dragging it by the title bar away from the edge or corner.  

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Binyomin Terebelo

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