@safiuddinkhan To be fair, Windows has WordPad.
eople have seem to lost the ability to tame all the window panes on their work spaces. For whatever reason, mainstream operating systems lack fundamental controls needed for tiling. Back in the earliest days of Windows, I remember right-clicking on my desktop and selecting "Tile windows" or "Cascade windows" in order to maintain a neat work space. Those functions have been missing for a long while. There's no beating a tiling window manager at this game.
Everyone else seemed to keep everything in separate tabs or windows maximized to their full screen so they had to switch back and forth between the documents as well as a calculator from google. My son's computer was the only one that had the documents neatly tiled along with a calculator app tucked in the corner of the screen. When it was my son's turn to present his screen, the reactions he got from his teacher was priceless. "Wow! How did you split your screen like that?"
Students in my son's class have been using Chromebooks to attend classes over Zoom throughout this school year. Students regularly present their screens to the rest of the class to participate in the lesson. The other day, they were working on an assignment where they had a table they had to refer to which was separate from the file the problems they were working on were in. It's been an eye opening experience to watch how other people use their computer.
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