There are a number of ways share Windows 11 screen to increase productivity and run two applications at the same time. Read on to discover all the options available to you and how to get more out of this feature. We will show you how to create a double screen with windows facing each other and how to split a screen into two areas.
How to split the screen into two windows in Windows 11
To split your screen into two parts with Windows 11, you can take advantage of window docking. Follow these steps to have two screens in Windows, or rather to split the screen into two parts. First, drag a window to the edge of the screen. Wait for a transparent box that takes up half the desktop to appear and let go of the window.
Split Windows 11 screen by dragging a window
In the selection you now see, select the application that you want to pin to the other half of the screen.
The next step is to choose an active window
At this point you have now two applications in split screen. Remember that you can drag any other program onto either side to replace the active windows.
This is how you split the screen into three or four windows in Windows 11
Another way to carry out the process described above are Snap-Layouts. These window templates appear as soon as you place the mouse pointer over the “Maximize window” button. Select the site you want to send the window to.
Splitting a window with SnapLayouts is very easy
Then repeat the process with another application to place it on the other half of the desktop. You have several options, e.g. B. the one that allows you to pin two programs that are unequal in size. It is even possible use three or four window layouts at the same time.
This is how you split the screen asymmetrically
Remember that Snap-Layouts offer more or fewer options depending on the size of your screen and the scale you set.
Finally, you will learn how to quickly split the screen with a keyboard shortcut. If you want to send an application to the right, press the keys Windows + right arrow. To send them to the left, use Windows + left arrow.