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How to Split Screen on Windows 11?

Windows 11 new feature – split screen allows users to run several programs at the different part of the screen, so that you can process multitasks at the same time. In this article, we will show you how to split screen on Windows 11 and how to enable and disable snap screen on Windows 11.

How to Enable and Disable Snap Screen on Windows 11?

Before starting split screen on Win 11, you should first enable the snap screen features.

Step 1: Click Win icon and choose Settings;

Step 2: Choose System and click on Multitasking;

How to Enable and Disable Snap Screen on Windows 11?

Step 3: Switch the button beside Snap windows to enable of disable snap screen, which will automatically resize and arrange windows on your screen.

How to Enable and Disable Snap Screen on Windows 11?

After enabling snap windows, you can go ahead on how to split screen on Windows 11.

How to Split Screen on Windows 11? [2 Methods]

To manage multitasking in a more efficient way, split your screen on Windows 11 is possible.In this part, 2 methods will be introduced.

Method 1:Use Snap Layouts

Snap Layouts allows you to easily launch Snap Assit,and make your screen into different useful layouts to show your tasks in a more efficient way.

Step 1: Navigate to the top right corner of your browser and click on the window’s minimize/maximize button;

Step 2: Choose a layout suitable for your among the four different ones;

Step 3: After clicking on the one you choose, your screen will be divided into the layout you chosen.

Method 2: Manually Launch Snap Assist

Launching Snap Assist on Windows 11 is similar to that on Windows 10.

Step 1: Drag a window to either side or use the Windows key along with the right arrow or left arrow key and you’ll get the option to select another window;

Step 2: Select the task windows you need to display, and your screen will orient itself accordingly;

Step 3: Resizing the Windows you choose is possible by dragging the middle bar;

How to Split Screen on Windows 11?

Now your windows have been arranged via Snap Assist manually.

Since Windows 11 is striving to be more productivity, we’re still waiting for more updates for such efficient features to helps working more efficient, not just only split screen on Windows 11.

Frances

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