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In windows you can do side by side by win+left or win+right. Say there are several windows opened along with a side-by-side windows pairs, when you switching (alt-tab) between, you always need to switch back both side-by-side windows to the front to continue to work in side-by-side state. When many windows are opened, alt-tab to the side-by-side pairs can be tiresome.

Is there anyway to synchronize both windows state such that when one of them is bring to front, bring another to front too?

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ever thought about using something like "virtual workspaces" (eg, )? – akira Jul 4 '13 at 7:46
that's also the only solution I can think of – jackysee Jul 5 '13 at 3:15

@teylyn my apologies. I new to this so... anyways you use a task scheduler it has awesome feature of triggering events on the task go so you can use that.

for more visit this link

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what is the link? can you summarise the information – user273580 Jul 4 '13 at 9:28
It shows how to add a task to task scheduler. – Tirath Jul 4 '13 at 9:36

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