Most operating systems offer the ability to “snap a window” – e.g. by dragging it to one side of the screen to create a 50% sized window.
Chrome OS follows these conventions but also has some unique tricks of its own.
Watch our video for a guide and here are some handy hints to remind you:
- Drag to the side and release for a 50% sized window docked to the side
- Drag to the side and hold (for a couple of seconds) for a thin column docked to the side
- With 2x 50% windows side-by-side, roll over the middle then see the pop up slider which enables you to resize both windows
- Use ALT + [ to dock a window to the left
- Use ALT + ] to dock a window to the right.
- Long-click (click and hold) on the window resize button (between the minimize and close buttons at the top)
- See the two arrows to the left and right.
- Drag over either one and release.
- The window will snap to that side