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How do put two websites side-by-side on my monitor?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:46:17    Popularity:     

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Windows 10 and Ubuntu Linux since GNOME can do that easy, I believe that goes back to Windows 8 too. Dragging window to the left/right extremity and a silhouett

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Windows 10 and Ubuntu Linux since GNOME can do that easy, I believe that goes back to Windows 8 too. Dragging window to the left/right extremity and a silhouette shows up how the system will resize it to that side, Windows 8 does it by top down before you drag it in tablet Metro while Windows 10 works universally in universal Metro. Ubuntu has the additional shortcut of doing that by keyboard and Windows 10 will arrange both sides only if you don't alt-tab out of the pair.

Any OS older and it'll need to be done manually.

First, I would right-click on the desk-top and indicate how you wish to cascade the windows (side by side etc), then I would use a different browser for each website, so that the first one will not minimize when you open the second one.

Open 2 browser windows. Make sure they aren't maximized or taking up the whole screen. Then resize the windows by dragging them by the corners. Put one window on the left side of the screen and one window on the right. After that, navigate to the webpages you want in those 2 browser windows.

That's pretty much it.

You open a browser, click on the middle symbol in the upper right hand corner so the browser is reduced in size but not closed. Then use your mouse to shape it so it fills the left side of your screen. Then open the browser again, repeat and stick it on the right side of the screen. Now you got two independent browsers open and can put two websites on the screen next to each other.

Are you using Microsoft Windows??
If you are then follow these steps>
1. Open your browser and go to the Web Site you want.
2. On your keyboard press and hold the Windows Button and the Right Arrow Button. This will place the browser on the Right side of the Screen. Now open a NEW Browser Windows and press the Win+Left arrow key.

Start two copies of your web browser, resize and position side-by-side, then open your two sites on each one.

Drag a webpage to the edge works for me on my LapTop to do that

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