Is this going to be a game changer in my way of browsing the internet?

by Oct 20, 2023

Is this going to be a game changer in my way of browsing the internet?

A new feature just dropped into my Edge browser.

It’s the split screen feature. It allows for a tab to have a split screen.

Picture this, you’re on a news website’s homepage on the left of your screen. You click an article, and POP! It opens right next to it in real time.

Information absorption has never been simpler.

Even my favorite blog reader, Feedly works with this. Opening Feedly on the left and the blog post on the right.

Check it out: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge/features/split-screen

What do you think?

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