how split screen in windows 10

how split screen in windows 10
Hi. Just to clarify, are you trying to snap two windows to either side of the screen?

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Hi chuckrs1,

If you mean how to have 2 windows splitting thee screen:

Open both windows, then right click your Taskbar and choose 'Show Windows Side by Side'

If you mean you have 2 monitors and you want to extend your monitor onto the second screen:

Press Windows Key + P and choose 'Extend'
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Thanks for the help but one screen is not a windows program but a stock analysis program   Can this be done?"ThinkorSwim".

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Yes, that will work. You can simply drag each program to either edge of the screen and it will snap in place.

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Simply drag one of the programs to the edge of the screen, then a gallery of programs will appear beside it to fill its half. Choose the other program you want to appear on screen beside it. See example screenshot.
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