Working, surfing and playing with Google Chrome is funny because everything is done at light-speed. Its minimalist design lets you concentrate on what you are doing while browsing different pages has never been so easy. Anyway, you may want to use Chrome in a more professional way, above all while working. You may need, for example, to see two websites in the same window to check your stocks or compare different information. Today, thanks to this little bookmarklet, getting Dual pane feature in your Google browser is not impossible anymore!
The only thing you have to do is drag and drop this Chrome Split Browser bookmarklet into your bookmarks tab. The next time you wish to browse two different websites on the same Chrome window, just click on the bookmarklet and enter the addresses of the websites you want to surf. That’s it!
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