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Microsoft Edge will soon allow you to split two tabs in one window

Microsoft has started testing a new split screen feature for Edge that lets you compare two tabs side by side. The feature was first discovered by Leopeva64-2 on Reddit, and it’s available in an experimental flag in the beta, dev, and canary versions of Microsoft Edge. Once enabled, a new button will appear next to the address bar that will allow you to split an Edge window into two separate side-by-side tabs.

While you can already compare tabs side-by-side in Windows by dragging a tab and then using Windows’ built-in split views to place them side-by-side, it can be a pain to accomplish unless you move the tab all the way to the right-hand side. or left side of your monitor. This built-in split view in Edge makes it easier with a single click, without having to rearrange your tabs or open a new browser window.

After splitting existing tabs into a single window, a single tab is created with the combined web pages. That means you can create multiple split tabs in Edge and navigate through them. You can also pin, duplicate, or add these adjacent tabs to groups just like you would with regular tabs. That makes this feature super useful if you regularly compare documents or web pages.

Vivaldi offers a similar feature with its tab tiling option, even stacking up to four tabs in different layouts in one window. Microsoft Edge is currently limited to only two tabs side by side. Microsoft is currently testing this in macOS and Linux as well and will provide a better window management feature for browser tabs beyond just Windows.

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