Microsoft Edges is reported to be implementing a split screen feature

Microsoft Edges is reported to be implementing a split screen feature ...

Microsoft is currently working on introducing a very similar feature to Windows Edge, called "Split screen." The software giant is currently testing a new feature for its Edge web browser, which it calls "Split screen," which will allow users to be more productive while surfing the web.

Leopeva64-2, a Reddit user, was the first to learn about this functionality, and it is now available as an experimental flag in Microsoft Edge's beta, dev, and canary versions. When this feature is turned on, a new button appears to the right of the address bar that allows you to split an Edge window into two separate tabs that may be seen side by side.

Edge's built-in split view makes things simpler with just one click.

Microsoft Edge's Sidebar functionality allows users to access applications and webpages without having to leave the current web page at their disposal. For instance, the Sidebar prohibits you from changing the size of your tabs whenever they want. Additionally, a new option to open a link in a split screen will also appear when you right-click on it.

Vivaldi offers a similar capability with its tab-tiling feature, which allows you to stack up to four tabs in a single window at the same time. Currently, Microsoft Edge only supports two tabs at a time. This is being done by Microsoft in Linux and macOS as well.

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