4/26/2022: Be a master multitasker

Better multitasking in Windows and MacOS

Plus: Sonos’ next soundbar, new Zoom gestures, and upping your emoji game

This is the month in which I finally got my windowing situation in order.

While I love that Windows and MacOS let you juggle a dozen apps at once, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all those open windows, or to waste time reshuffling and resizing them all. Being out of town last week—and not having my usual multi-monitor setup—was the motivation I needed to explore some smarter multitasking methods.

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