Alt Tabs: How Google and Microsoft are cleaning up crowded browsers

In my recent column on the Surface Go 2 and the Lenovo IdeaPad Duet Chromebook, I positioned the challenge those devices pose to the iPad as coming down to, in part, whether prospective buyers preferred a traditional windowing environment versus the iPad’s split-screen/floating window hybrid. For years, we’ve seen Microsoft wrestle mightily with the proper balance between touch and windowing environments from Windows 8 (in earnest) to Windows 10 (which can work quite well but has seen poor adoption) and beyond to Windows 10 X, .

Link: Alt Tabs: How Google and Microsoft are cleaning up crowded browsers
via http://www.zdnet.com

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