3. SPLIT-SCREEN BROWS­ING

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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.

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