How To Split Screen On Windows 11 – Hi friends, remember the previous article on How to Split Screen in Windows 10? It turns out that not only in Windows 10, you know the Split Screen feature can be used in Windows 11. Then how to Split Screen in Windows 11? Let’s discuss it here.

How to Split Screen in Windows 11

How To Split Screen On Windows 11
Split Screen in Windows 11

Windows 11 has a feature to split the laptop screen called Snap Windows. This feature has several modes that make it easy to display two or more applications on one screen. Before dividing the laptop screen into 2, activate Snap Windows. Here’s how:

  • Go to Settings
  • Select System
  • Select the Multitasking menu
  • Enable Snap Windows.

1. Use the Snap Layout Feature

The way to split the screen in half in Windows 11 is with the Maximize button. Follow these steps:

  • Open the app you want to split the screen from
  • Move the Mouse cursor to the Maximize button (in the middle of the Minimize and Close buttons)
  • The Snap Layout pop-up menu will appear below the Maximize button
  • The Snap Layout menu has 6 split-screen modes
  • You can split the screen into 2, 3, or 4
  • Select the desired Snap Layout mode
  • Snap Layout will move the app to the position you want
  • The empty space next to the app window will show screen shareable apps
  • Select the app you want to appear next to the app you Snap Layout earlier.

2. Use the Snap Assist Feature

The Snap Layout feature is an additional feature in Windows 11. This feature does not replace how to divide the laptop screen into 2 in Windows 10. You can still use the old feature called Snap Assist to split the laptop screen into 2 in Windows 11. Here’s how:

  • Move mouse cursor to Title Bar of application window
  • The Title Bar is at the top of the app window, next to the Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons
  • Click and hold the left mouse button on the Title Bar
  • Drag the application window until it is stuck to the right or left
  • Point the app window to a corner to split the screen into 4.

Using Snap Assist will cause apps that aren’t split screen to appear in the blank space next to them. You can use the Snap Flyout to fill another part of the screen or click outside the Snap Flyout to close it.

Apart from that, you can still use Snap Assist. Use Windows keyboard keys + Left Arrow or Windows + Right Arrow to split the laptop screen into 2. You can also divide the screen into 4 by pressing Windows key + Down Arrow Left/Down Arrow Right to bring the window to the right or bottom left corner. Instead, you can use Windows + Up Arrow/Up Arrow Right to bring the application window to the top side.

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