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Microsoft’s Edge Offers Split Screen View for Tabs in Latest Canary Build

Microsoft Edge started out as a relatively bare-bones, resource-efficient competitor to Google Chrome and a replacement for the unloved Internet Explorer browser. As it is, it has acquired the most useful but sometimes infuriating new features (we’re looking at you, Discover). However, Microsoft’s latest Canary Channel builds of Edge have enabled a split-screen option that many people find useful.was the first Spotted by Leopeva64-2 on Reddit.

All modern browsers include tabs to easily switch from one website to another, but you can’t view information from two websites at once without opening a new browser window. can not. A new split screen option in Microsoft Edge lets you combine two tabs into one and view them side by side. Split screen is an experimental feature only available in the latest Edge Canary release (build 111.0.1639.0) and can be accessed with the following steps:

1. Download and install of Latest build from Microsoft Edge Canary Channel For Windows 10/11.

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2. Enter “edge://flags” in the Edge address bar.This will give you a list of all experimental features accessible in the latest Edge Canary build.

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3. [検索フラグ]Type “split” in the box Activate the split screen feature.

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4. Click the drop-down menu arrow and select Select EnabledYou will be prompted to restart Edge for the changes to take effect. [再起動]Click.

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5. When Edge restarts, a new Split window icon on the right side of the address bar.Click.

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6. If you have multiple tabs open, currently active tab on the left window and you Other available tabs in the right pane.

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7. Click the second tab to activate it.It should now appear in the right pane.

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You can now view two pages side by side and scroll each independently. Multiple splitter window sessions can be spread across multiple tabs and even grouped. It’s a great way to enhance your workflow, and we’re excited that Microsoft is adding valuable and differentiating capabilities to Edge.

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