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Whether you want to split the screen to compare two things side by side or to take advantage of your expansive widescreen monitor, Chrome Dual View splits the Chrome browsing window in two.

Firefox users can use Split Browser for a similar job (though the Firefox addon lets you split the tabs both horizontal and vertical), but now you can do it in Google Chrome too. Chrome Dual View is a simple bookmarklet which lets you split the browsing window of Chrome into two panes. When you run the bookmarklet, it prompts you for the URL you want to appear on each side, and then loads them side by side. Chrome Dual View works wherever Chrome does.

[via lifehacker]