Maxthon 3 - Split Screen

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Split Screen can ease your job when you need to watch more than one pages at the same time.

With this function your browser gets split into two parts. Each part has its own tab bar so you can manage the two sides separately. It is very useful for example when you would like to compare two pages.

It is also possible to drag a tab from one side to the other.

When you have just a blank page on the right side and you close split screen, that tab will be closed automatically.


You can switch to Split Screen via the Zoom menu on the Status bar, from the menu: Mx3 split screen.png, or using the F10 button.