Tip: In Windows 10, you can display your file documents in multiple windows at the same time. You'll just see two open files at a time. Note that you can drag any part of the document you don't want to be on one document. You can even drag the entire window to the other side of the screen. If you want to make the application you're working in the center of the screen, you can also use the right-click menu to switch to the center window. To have two applications on each screen, both in the center, press Control + Mouse 1 while working on any of the applications you don't want to be on the opposite. It will open a task tray and show two windows in the center. You will have a split between the two. Windows 10, Windows RT Here is the solution for the issue. Go to the Snap or Split view, click on a slide, you can easily change the slide without having to click on any part of it. The slide can be changed by clicking on the slide you want to be different, and it will be different size on each monitor (you can adjust the width, height, etc). This is very handy, like this: Note: On many modern PC's a keyboard shortcut enables the same (it is called “Shift+arrow key 2”. It is really useful for that.) Tips: (1) The application in split screen must be started last, so if you put the application you want on your left and want to have the other one on your right and back on your left, it has to be in split mode before you start it on the right monitor. (2) If you can, enable “Keep active item in center” in the “Right panel” to see only the application you are currently working with on both screens. (3) If your right monitor is a higher resolution/lower refresh rate than your left monitor, then you can change the font size and font color in the “Text field” for the application you want on your left display. (4) If you can't see the application you want on your left monitor, there is a tool included with the program that lets you change its size on the middle monitor. (5) If two applications are not visible on one screen, you can make the window on the left display larger to increase performance on that display.