Multiple displays offer multitasking capabilities that allow you to write documents on one screen, chat with employees on another, and engage in a little gaming on a third computer. But what if you can not afford more than a monitor? We'll show you how to split your screen into Windows 10.
You can open multiple windows on a single screen, but it's no fun. You can not see everything at once, forcing you to mix windows like a stack of virtual magazines. However, snapping windows is your ticket to a tidy desktop.
How to split your screen in Windows 10 with version 1809 (October 2018 update):
Check if Snap Wizard is turned on
 The first step is to make sure that the Snap Wizard is also enabled in Windows 10. This starts with the Settings app:
1. Open the app Settings
2. Click System .
. 3 Navigate to Multitasking which is listed in the menu on the left.
As shown above, you will see four snap-in settings: Auto-arrange windows, automatically resize windows, resize adjacent windows, and display the displayed items next to the current window. Turn these settings on and off as needed.
Let's Be Snappy
If Snap Assist is enabled, you can become snappy with your Windows 10 desktop. So it goes:
1. Drag the first window you want to snap right or left. You'll know that just before the visual tap, you'll snap in to the edge of the destination screen and draw a shaded line in the center (shown above). release the mouse button.
. 2 If you want to move the first window to the other side, simultaneously press the Windows key with the corresponding left or right arrow key.
3. Now that you have captured the first window, the remaining windows in the second area will appear smaller. To fill the void, just click on the second window that you want to display. It automatically fills the room.
. 4 If necessary, change the size . Move the mouse over the virtual divider until it turns gray and the mouse pointer appears as two arrows. You can drag the divider left or right, but you can only narrow one window to a quarter of the screen. The other window consumes up to three quarters of the screen.
For more than two windows
Do you have a high-resolution screen? For ultimate multitasking, you can snap four windows! However, using a resolution of 1440p feels a bit tight (though still feasible). Therefore, we recommend using a 4K screen to use this quad mode.
. 1 With the mouse the first window grabs and moves it into a corner. Again, you see a visual tap icon in the target corner and a virtual box that outlines the target area. Then you can use the Windows button and the arrow keys to move this torn window to any corner.
2. Do the same for the next two windows and just throw them into different corners.
. 3 If there are three windows, the remaining empty area displays the open applications that can fill in this last location. As shown above, simply click on the application and the space will be filled in automatically. Note that not all applications and programs fit within these narrow ranges.