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Chrome OS Gets Keyboard Shortcuts for Moving Active Windows Between Displays

Chromium evangelist at Google Fran??ois Beaufort reports today via its Google+ page that Chrome OS just gained a bunch of new keyboard shortcuts that allow users to move active windows between displays. These are Search+Alt+Left Arrow for moving the active window to the left display and Search+Alt+Right Arrow to move to the right display. In addition, users will be able to move active windows to the up nearest display using the Search+Alt+Up Arrow keyboard shortcut, as well as to move an active window to the down nearest display if they use the Search+Alt+Down Arrow keyboard shortcut. You can open the Keyboard Overlay to see all these new shorcuts.