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multiwindow

(ˌmʌltɪˈwɪndəʊ)
n
(Computer Science) a visual display unit screen that can be divided to show a number of different documents simultaneously
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4 KitKat operating system, with some fairly useful tweaks, including a handy 'lock' feature for quitting out of multiple apps, while there's also support for MultiWindow view which lets you run two applications side-by-side.
This offers "PIE CONTROL, MULTIWINDOW SUPPORT, FLOATING WINDOW and OTA UPDATE support.
Chief among them is multiwindow, which allows you to view up to four apps on screen, but the super-smart stylus functionality, dynamic homescreen app integration and remote PC capabilities all contribute to an excellent experience.
2-inch sized TabPro and NotePro models feature new four-pane multiwindow multitasking, while all of smaller sized tablets offer multiple layered pop-up windows for multitasking.
In addition, today's teacher or individual user must work on their computers with a huge amount of knowledge in conditions which are characterised by attributes such as multipurpose, multilingual, multi format and multiwindow.
Crestron has released its UPX2 Universal Presentation Processor, which integrates touchpanel control with a pen-based annotator, seamless video switcher, multiwindow digital video processor, and embedded multimedia PC.
MegaChips Corporation, based in Osaka, Japan develops and manufactures LSIs and systems in imaging region for consumer video devices and industrial equipments, including high-speed original video compressing/decompressing LSI, multiwindow LSI for TV, Scan-Convert LSI, Echo Canceller, Custom MASK ROM, PC-less Video sever system, PC-less digital image recorder, PC-less reception system, PC-less point-to-point remote monitoring system, PC-less mobile monitoring system, etc.