Microsoft has begun testing an experimental split-screen feature in its Edge browser. This was reported by Reddit user Leopeva64-2.
The feature is disabled by default, but is present in Beta, Dev and Canary versions. After its activation, a new button will appear next to the address bar, which will allow the user to divide the Edge window into two “halves”, in which two different pages will be displayed at the same time.
Of course, you can achieve roughly the same thing now – by opening two Microsoft Edge windows and placing them next to each other using a Windows system function – but split-screen in the browser looks more convenient.
It is also worth noting that the split-screen in Microsoft Edge is made in the form of a separate tab – so the user can open additional tabs and create their own “split screens” in each of them.