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Viewing 2 web pages side by side?

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    You are right - I stand corrected. Tried it on my own 8.1 system now. Should have done that before I spoke. I am sorry. I guess I was misguided by the link.

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  3. #13


    I like things simple.
    I have IE on my taskbar, but I think the same works for any browser.

    IE is open, for example, on this site. I select IE again, from the taskbar, with the middle mouse button.

    You can then choose the option, as mentioned above, "side by side" or "stacked"

    Both windows operate independently.
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    Windows 10 Pro Prieview x64


    Quote Originally Posted by davehc View Post
    I like things simple.
    I have IE on my taskbar, but I think the same works for any browser.

    IE is open, for example, on this site. I select IE again, from the taskbar, with the middle mouse button.

    You can then choose the option, as mentioned above, "side by side" or "stacked"

    Both windows operate independently.
    I have only left click... To right click I have to left click then shift+f10. I've no idea how to simulate a middle mouse button. Buy a mouse perhaps.
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  5. #15


    Ok. Then right click the taskbar icon, then left click the IE icon on the shown menu.

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