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I was browsing around when I came across this trick in which you can open two windows at the same time in a single tab just like two pages of a book. I find it pretty useful and thought of sharing it with my readers.
UPDATE: Now you can Enable Dual or Triple View in Google Chrome and that too in both fashion Vertical (Column) & Horizontal (Vertical).
How to enable dual view in Google Chrome
Step #1 Enable Bookmarks bar in Google Chrome. Press Ctrl + B or Select Tool > Always show Bookmarks bar.
Step #2 Drag and drop the following link on the bookmarks bar.
Step #3 Click on the button on the bar whenever you wish to enable dual view.
Step #4 Enter the names of two sites you want to opened side by side. Make sure you enter in the format http://www.domainname.com or else it won’t work.
Step #5 Thats it. Enjoy!
How do you find this hack? Do tell us in the comments.
Chrome has some excellent features. I personally enjoyed its fast rendering of web pages. Excellent tip for browsing multiple pages simultaneously.
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Even I liked it very much. I hope it soon becomes secure like FF.
Since the http:// is required, I modified mine from