Google's Chrome operating system has gained great popularity in the past few years. The development team of the operating system is trying to make it more powerful with new features. The team is currently developing new features to improve the experience of program split screens on their desktop operating systems. Chrome story found that a new submission on chromium Gerrit shows that the ability to grab two windows and put them into 2/3 and 1/3 split views is under development.
Currently, chromeos allows you to control two windows of the same size, which can sometimes be frustrating. Although users will still be limited to two windows, Google will make it easier for many people to work by allowing users to set the window splitting function to multiple configurations.
Once this function is effective for users, it may be possible to make social media and other feeds on the desktop occupy 1/3 of the screen space, and 2/3 of the area will be occupied by the working application. The new snap experience is currently hidden behind a setting tag, which is described below.
Enables the option to snap two Windows into 2/3 and 1/3 for split view.
The window cutting experience is quite useful on Windows 11. Of course, its settings are much better than Chrome OS. The former allows you to arrange multiple windows, not just two. To be exact, windows can snap and place up to four windows on the split view screen. In this regard, Chrome OS still has a lot of work to do to catch up with the multitasking capability of windows 11.