by Jason Snell
With Split View in El Capitan, going full screen makes sense
This week’s real More Color column at Macworld is all about El Capitan’s Split View mode, which still has a few kinks to work out:
One of the more interesting features of OS X El Capitan is the new Split View, which lets you run two apps side by side without any distractions (other than the other app, of course). It’s sort of like full-screen mode, except with two apps.
I’ve never been a huge fan of Full Screen Mode, mostly because I am frequently switching between at least two apps. But adding a second app to Full Screen Mode gives the feature an extra dimension that makes it much more intriguing to me.