Over the past year or two, we’ve seen a rise of 2-in-1 Chromebooks like the ASUS Flip lineup and Samsung’s Chromebook Plus/Pro. But using Chrome OS in tablet mode is still rough around the edges. Now Google is trying to change that, with the introduction of split-screen windows in tablet mode.
Currently, when you flip a Chromebook into tablet mode, the current active window becomes maximized with no way to resize it.
Google adds split-screen snapping to Chrome OS tablet mode was written by the awesome team at Android Police.