The new Mac OS X El Capitan has a bunch of new features and improvements that primarily focus on security and usability. Split View is a new feature in Mac OS X El Capitan which allows you to take two apps into full screen together, placing them split side-by-side. Just like for eg, you could take a Safari window into full-screen mode and then split the fullscreen with other app, like Pages. When you enter Mission Control, all windows are now separated, which is a slight change from Yosemite where the Windows for the same app were cascaded behind each other. Today we’re here with a trick by which you can easily enable Split View in Mac OS X El Capitan.
Yes, this is possible by this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to enable Split View in Mac OS X El Capitan by just following the below steps.
Steps To Enable Split View in Mac OS X El Capitan
Step 1. First of all, open all apps which you want to use in Split View.
Step 2. Now open mission control from Launchpad or by pressing F3.
Step 3. Now you need to drag one of the app Window to Mission Control bar and drop it when you see a “+” sign.
Step 4. Now drag the other app Window in the same space as earlier, and you’ll observe in the earlier app window will shrink.
Step 5. Click on the desktop in which you dropped your apps, and you will have a Split View.
Step 6. That’s it! Now you’re done.
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