There have been quite a few significant changes in MacOS 10.15, but what has not received much attention, it is easier to use the window management system. There have been a few third-party options on the market for a while, but now Apple has made a few noticeable tweaks to theirs.
If you have an iPad or are familiar with how iPad's multitasking works, then you already have an understanding of how macOS & # 39; window management system works. Wind management was originally added to MacOS 10.14, but many didn't even know it existed
The big downside to Apple's window management is that you can only run two windows at a time. Many third-party options let you run two, three, or even four on a screen.
Using Window Management in MacOS Catalina
- Hold the mouse pointer over the green button in the upper left corner of an open window.
- Select to maximize the window, or set it as a tile on the left or right side.
- When you select the side of the screen, d as the first window should appear, all your remaining windows will open in the exposure format.
- Now, click on the app that you want
toto open on the other side.
How to adjust Windows
When you have the two windows opened side by side, a gray line appears in the middle. Click and hold that line to drag left or right to resize the windows.
If you decide that you no longer want to use the applications side by side, take the cursor up to the top of the screen. [1
Best Third Party Opportunity
I've been using an app called Magnet for a while. The Magnet is available on the Mac App Store and costs only $ 1. It is much easier to use and can support up to four windows on a screen and or up to six windows on any supported ultra-wide screen.
One of the great things about Magnet is that it supports the use of hot keys to move the instant window to a part of the screen, or you can use a simple drop-down menu from the menu bar to easily select which part of the screen you want to move your window