Surface Duo has a feature called App Groups, which lets you create a single icon that will launch 2 related apps on each half of the screen.
The leaked marketing material for Surface Duo, for example, includes a bunch of OneNote and Edge apps, presumably for those who often copy and paste from one to the other.
Creator Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Rana asked why the Surface Duo gets all the benefits and what the feature would look like in Windows 10.
It envisions that the user could create an app group on Windows 10, be able to specify the layout of the apps, and save the group to a single icon on the desktop or in the Start menu.
In principle, the idea would be pretty easy to implement, and some reviewers have suggested that this could be a good feature to bring to Powertoys on Windows 10.
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