3. SPLIT-SCREEN BROWSING
You can also open a stack of tabs as tiles in a single window, which is great for productivity freaks (you'll need a decent-sized screen to make the most out of it). While you can also snap different windows into place for a similar effect in Windows 10, some of you may find it more convenient when everything is located in the same window.
After stacking the tabs, right-clicking on a tab stack will call up a menu with the option to ‘tile' the stack. A page tiling button at the bottom right of the main window lets you select from four different tile layouts, so you get some say in how the tabs appear, even if there is still no way to drag and resize individual tiles.
Each tile is also treated as a separate window. A faint blue outline serves to indicate which tile has been selected, and you can still navigate to another webpage in the address bar.