How to Split Screen on Mac Chrome

Kyle Wood

Mac, Tutorials

Are you tired of constantly switching between different tabs on your Mac Chrome browser? Well, you’re in luck!

In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to split screen on Mac Chrome, allowing you to view multiple web pages side by side. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Open Mac Chrome

First, make sure that your Mac Chrome browser is open and running. If not, click on the Chrome icon in your applications folder or dock to launch it.

Step 2: Navigate to the First Web Page

Next, navigate to the web page that you want to view in one half of the split screen. Simply type the URL into the address bar at the top of the browser window and press Enter.

Step 3: Resize Chrome Window

To split the screen, you’ll need to resize the Chrome window. Position your cursor over the edge of the window until it turns into a double-sided arrow. Click and drag the edge of the window towards one side of your screen.

  • Note: You can also use keyboard shortcuts to resize windows on Mac:
    • Option + Left Arrow: Shrink left side
    • Option + Right Arrow: Shrink right side
    • Option + Up Arrow: Shrink top side
    • Option + Down Arrow: Shrink bottom side

Step 4: Open a New Tab

To view another web page in the other half of the split screen, open a new tab in Chrome. Press Command + T on your keyboard or click the plus icon next to the existing tab.

Step 5: Navigate to the Second Web Page

In the newly opened tab, type the URL of the second web page that you want to view in the other half of the split screen. Press Enter to load the page.

Step 6: Resize and Position Second Window

Resize and position the second window just like you did for the first window. Drag its edge towards the opposite side of your screen, making sure it aligns with the first window.

Step 7: Adjust Window Sizes

If you want one web page to take up more space than the other, simply click and drag on the dividing line between the two windows to adjust their sizes accordingly.

Step 8: Enjoy Split Screen Browsing!

You’re all set! Now you can enjoy browsing two different web pages simultaneously with split screen on Mac Chrome. This feature is particularly useful for multitasking, comparing information, or simply keeping an eye on multiple websites at once.

Note: To exit split screen mode, simply drag either window back towards its original position until they merge into a single window again.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully learned how to split screen on Mac Chrome. Happy browsing!

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