Hello. I am considering fully switching from Windows to Zorin, no dual boot of any kind, and I have a rather specific question. In Windows (the OS), I can put two different windows (app windows) side to side on one screen to be able to work with them both at the same time. Can I do the same thing in Zorin, or something similar? For example, a text document and a web browser - two completely separate apps each occupying half of the screen, being able to look at them both and use either.
Yes, this functionality works practically the same as on Windows.
It also works in respect of two monitors. For me working from home in lockdown I ended up buying a second monitor for Outlook365 connection at work, but later it was great to have an original document open in Okular and extract it into a free Braille translation application which needs the whole screen to be useful. And with two monitors you can drag apps to different monitors should you want, need to.