How can I get side-by-side multitasking to work in Windows 8?

maverick99
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jimlynch
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Hi maverick,

Here's an article that might help you get it working in Windows 8.

How to enable Windows 8 Snap feature
http://www.mywindowsclub.com/resources/5147-How-enable-Windows-Snap-feat...

"Snap multi tasking is one of the new feature introduced in Windows 8. The Snap feature allows the user to run multiple apps side by side on single screen. But this feature is available only on high resolution monitors only. This article explains how to enable the Windows 8 Snap feature on low resolution monitors."

trurtuttujf
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The Windows Snap feature allow you to make side-by-side multitasking to work in Windows 8 easily. It is enabled by feature on available only for high resolution more than 1280 X 768 monitors and you can follow the http://www.surfacetablethelp.com/2013/03/snap-view-displays-two-windows-8-apps-on-same-screen.html  to snap View displays two Windows 8 apps on same screen.

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