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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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You can also add a pair of your favourite apps to use in multiwindow as a shortcut to the home screen which is nice.
Bang, "Measurement of dispersive profile of a multiwindow electromagnetically induced transparency spectrum in a Doppler-broadened atomic medium," Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics, vol.
In the MTM spectral estimation, a useful, yet simple, likelihood ratio test for the significance of periodic components is offered by the multiwindow method.
The easiest way to create the program feed shown in Figure 2 is to add a Virtual Set and choose from one of the many multiwindow presets.
"We had multiwindow before -- you could watch a video and browse at the same time.
Nougat brought with it new features like the Google Assistant, Instant Apps and better multiwindow support.
Studies in information overload culled from Coupland's own life, the layered, resin-fixed works, infused with Surrealist sensibility (and the movement's proclivity for non sequitur), prompted comparisons to the overlapping multiwindow array of twenty-first-century computer screens.
Hu, "A Multiwindow Partial Buffering Scheme for FPGA-Based 2-D Convolvers," Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, IEEE Transactions on, vol.54, no.2, pp.200-204, Feb.
The gesture recognition feature delivers unmatched convenience for doing more in less time as the device also enables MultiWindow" on a single screen.
You get a skinned version of Google's Android 4.4 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.
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.
The 12.2-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.